Red Cow Moran's Hotel
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... joined the group at one pub to listen to music and then back to the hotel and bed. An aside: there are 28 pubs in Dingle and some of the group are trying to visit all of them..... October 7, Tuesday: we got to sleep until 7 this morning. Breakfast in the hotel and then on the bus at 8am. The weather is good so was able to get good pictures. Travelled towards Slea Head on the one way very narrow road to what was called the end of the world in the old old days. Presently there ...
... but then I figure out it is written in Irish!
We finally arrive at our stop but then we are not quite sure which way to head. I do not want to walk all around dragging my luggage. I see the McDonald's that Allison said was a block from the hotel, but a block in which direction? Jen finally spots a sign in the direction of McDonalds and we start the walk. We are staying at the Best Western Sheldon Park Hotel. From ...
... was Ireland's fight for independence from the United Kingdom. So, the gaol is a significant landmark in Ireland's history and the guided tours share that history with the public.
When we arrived at the gaol, we purchased our tickets and had to wait an hour and a half for our tour to begin. No problem as there is a pub just down the street and we hadn't had lunch yet. We had a pint of Guinness, and Irish ...
... me that long to get to the front. However, I have googled it and it is now available to see on-line. I will be satisfied that I was on the same property it’s on.
3. The National Museum of Archeology
4. The National Library
5. The oldest recorded house, 1680. Doesn’t say recorded ...
... br> Ennis, where we spent the night in a little hotel. We got there in time for
lunch, though, at a pub called Brogan's, followed by a session in a room
upstairs with three talented musicians who played some traditional Irish music
for us-some polkas, jigs, and waltzes. They played Violin, Accordion and an
instrument that looked like a Mandolin but it had a flat back. He called it
something else but I can't remember the name. They would play a few tunes and