Seaview House Hotel
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... chilled at the B&B for a bit and did some research. I've come here to do the ring of Kerry on the advice of several Irishmen, but as it wasn't on the itinerary to begin with I know almost nothing about it except that it is supposed to be beautiful. I need more intel. Atfer I had rested for a bit I headed for Ross Castle. I thought I should take in at least one historical site today. All that is left of the castle is the keep and lucky me, I got there just in time ...
... titles are song titles. Today's title refers to the fact that we are walking 5 more Reeks today and after that we only have one more 'Murphy' to climb. It was a long 8 hour, 11 mile walk. The weather was dry and hot but cloudy. What kept us going was the prospect of visiting a fish & chip restaurant for our evening meal and drinking more of the black stuff ...
... I was no longer sick and could breathe without coughing, and it was not as hot as last time. We got rained on a bit on our way to the top, but when we got there it stopped and it wasn't too windy either, so we had yet another lovely picnic. We stopped in Killarney on the way back for a drink at McSweeney's and did a couple of errands in town as well. We had some leftover salmon so I made salmon cakes and we had dinner at the cottage. First thing on Monday, ...
... Ireland, a part of the United Kingdom. It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, with the Celtic Sea to the south, Saint George's Channel to the south east, and the Irish Sea to the east. It is a unitary, ...
... a place that many worship the well as that of St. Brigid, the christian saint, however it is believed that it was a place that Brigid was worshiped before Christianity, as the goddess of poetry, smith-work, healing, nurturing, fertility and fire.
We stopped at a pub in a small town for dinner on our way back home. I had a small wood-fired pizza that was one of the tastiest pizza's I have ever had, while Dave and Brittany both had fish and ...