Seaview House Hotel
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... species, because they threaten the local ones. A surprising example to me is their problem with Rhododendron and laurel, both of which I was surprised to find are unwanted here. Both are crowding out local trees and plant life, and the are very difficult to remove, and keep coming back anyway. Then there are the Mink. These little guys are more aggressive than the local martens ...
... folks with canes making the climb; must be a bucket list sort of thing, but they were definitely making me even more nervous.
We finally reached the monastery; it was absolutely amazing to see the little beehive structures that had been built without mortar so long ago and had stood up to the elements for thousands of years. The structure that was the most ruined was a small chapel that had been built much later using "modern" techniques. There was also a graveyard ...
... see a pair of the sea eagles that have been re-introduced to the area. We arrived back at Ross castle, unloaded the bikes, and cycled on into Killarney. We just had to sit outside at MacSweeney's and have a beer before riding back to the cottage!
We went back into Killarney for dinner at Dyne and had a delicious antipasti platter and shared a pizza for dinner. On the way back home we stopped in at The Europe hotel for a drink in the bar. The setting is beautiful - right on the ...
... July 26: What a dreary day! I took advantage of being stuck in the house all morning by uploading my photos to Shutterfly and ordering some pics to send to Mom. With so much rain and mist happening I decided to go do some shopping in town - first had a nice lunch at Mareena's and then got a few Christmas gifts for family members. After another early salad dinner I got all suited up for a soggy walk up the gap. Turns out it wasn't all that bad; I did get a little ...
... to Blarney Castle and then on to Waterford. Blarney Castle had beautiful grounds and impressive ruins. We did not attempt the 100 stairs, winding up to the top of the turret just to kiss the stone that millions have slobbered over. As one of our group said, the Gangi River is probably cleaner. We had time to get a snack and visit the woolen mill. Back in the bus we finally arrived at Waterford, a tour, short, and back into the ...