Seaview House Hotel
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... as we descended down a different set of winding stairs. We met up with the couples (who climbed the Castle but also declined to kiss the stone) and wandered the grounds. We came across Blarney Manor, a truly magnificent structure. Unfortunately it was closed so we just posed for pictures by the front door which I promptly texted to my grandkids that this was Grandma's new home! We did manage to do some shopping. The trunk of the car now has ...
... when beginners went back to land and intermediate-level ones stayed in the bay of Baltimore or under the wind of protective island, we went out to sea and got a beating. When it shook we were sick; I couldn't have counted the number of times that I fed the fishes. With land sickness it was the price to pay to sway our way up the pier, smile at the little Irish girls at the terrace of the Jolie Brise or Bushe's, roll up a foul smoke with seawater-soaked paper and down a pint ...
... England and I will be meeting back up with them tomorrow after my exam.
It snowed a lot here in Hull last night. All the Northerners found it amusing how excited the Southerners and I got about it. The snowflakes were so big! And we went outside to play and had a snow ball fight. It snowed heavily for about half an hour and then stopped. So it did settle, but has since mostly melted. But it was real fun while it lasted.
... oak woodlands in Ireland and is in a spectacular setting with mountains behind them and nearly going down to the coast. Walk we did was lovely, even came across a small stand of eucalypts. These rated a mention in the description of one of the walks, so they know they are there. I thought they should be removed, as they tend to take over an area if left to their own devices. It was encouraging to see lots of young oak trees regenerating on the old grasslands ...
... the cell service is just bad in Beaufort no matter what you do. Our next stop was going to be the hardware store but he was just closing up for lunch, so we went across the street to MacSweeney's to sit outside and drink a pint. It was Ladies' Day at the horse races in Killarney that day and the town was absolutely mobbed with people heading for the racecourse. The ladies were looking amazing, with all kinds of crazy headgear (can't really call all of them hats), summery dresses, and ...