River Island Hotel

Address: Lower Main Street, Castleisland, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lower Main Street, Castleisland, is near Crag Cave, CastleIsland River Walk, and Glanshearoon Hill.
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      Another Doyle day.

      A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on Jun 11, 2014

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      After a relaxed start to our day we headed to Muckross house to meet Joan and her family. Young John and Marie had taken their kids to the farm/ petting zoo for the morning while we had a slow start again and met them at 1. From there we headed off to Kenmare through the hills. The drive took us through an inland mountain pass called Moll's Gap. The mountains turned more rocky as we headed across and led to some ...

      Irish Relatives

      A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on Jun 10, 2014

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      After some cell phone and land line confusion on Monday, we were able to contact Joan Walsh. Joan is my father's (Oliver's) cousin. Joan's mother was my grandfather's sister. My grandfather had 11 siblings. Two stayed in Ireland, 1 died at a young age, and the others emigrated to the USA. My grandfather, Patrick, ended up in Canada after first spending time in New York City where he met, and married ...

      Ross Castle

      A travel blog entry by oneal on Mar 19, 2013

      ... was only a short walk away and filled with interesting buildings. I am continually fascinated by the variety of door designs and colors, doorknobs and knockers, roof lines, building shapes, paint colors, cobblestone streets, little alleys that lead to private courtyards, and anything else that is different from what we see and have back home. This persistent awe makes it hard to get anywhere quickly and poor Garrett has to walk far slower than he would like just so ...

      Cliff Divers

      A travel blog entry by lmedear2 on Mar 24, 2012

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      ... treacherous--a running theme for the rest of the day.

      Our second stop was Corcomroe Abbey, built by some recluse monks in the hills of the Burren. A lot of this abbey was still intact (nice try, Cromwell), especially the copula stonework. Before lunch, we also hopped out of the bus along the coastal highway to take some pics at the "mini cliffs" and enjoy the fresh ocean air. We stopped for lunch at Doolin, a cute little village just a few minutes ...

      Midterm Break

      A travel blog entry by fingecl on Mar 01, 2011

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      ... Killarney Royal hotel to unpack their things and we headed to the pubs. I took them to the Laurels and we sat and waited until 6:00 so we could order from the dinner menu. We chatted and caught up with each other.
      We went to Courtney's later that evening and met up with Shannon and Megan for her birthday. After that we met up with Paula to celebrate her last night in Ireland at The Grand and watched some Irish Set Dancing.

      The next morning ...