Seaview House Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Listowel is a terrible pinch point and it took us forever to get through that little town.
We checked into the Savoy Hotel in Limerick and Dennis left immediately for the office. Orla came by at 3pm to take me out for a walk. I think she called the place we went to the Clare Woods; it belonged to a big estate at one point but now is open to the public. The walk we went on followed along the Clare River; it was lovely walking through the forest with the river just below ...
... be going directly to Kate's at the end of the hike, but we were so soaked that we went straight back to the cottage, except for a quick stop at the Kissane store to buy rice that will hopefully revive my damp iPhone, which sort of went bonkers.
After HOT showers we went up to Kate's to brag about our day's accomplishment and get some dinner. We felt mighty proud of ourselves...the pain was yet to come!
Friday 8/21: Ohhhh my goodness...I don't recall ever being so ...
... it was time for an Irish coffee. The first cute little pub we went into was full of the old locals, but I just couldn't stay in there because it smelled like unwashed old men. Dennis was a little irritated but we found another place and had very lovely Irish coffees. Thus fortified, we poked around the town looking for shopping opportunities and then went into the corner hotel for lunch.
We all felt like getting a little exercise so we took the lovely mile long ...
... to the middle of the sink in hopes that it would combine. It had me rolling on the floor laughing, because the English guy is acting it out to perfection...I guess it's one of those stories where you have to be there. Tuesday I did nothing. I was going to do the Ring of Kerry, but it was so cloudy out you wouldn't have been able to see anything. Instead I exercised a bit and cooked myself a meal for the first time in 2 weeks: pasta and ground beef...pretty basic. A big group ...
... fit and walked back along a ridge taking in another 3 summits whilst Dave, Terry and Keith saved themselves for harder climbs to come. A celebration drink in Dingle was followed by an enjoyable evening at our base for the next 3 days,, Kilarney. What a fantastic day ending with beer, craic and fiddldy diddly music in Murphy's ...