Sheen Falls Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Janet had wanted to take Granma away for a few days, and booked the three of us into the Sheen Lodge in Kenmare. We left Killarney early and dropped of some of our luggage at Baladána before heading across Mulls Gap towards Kenmare. The drive as to be expected was awesome and the scenery spectacular as I have come to suspect from Ireland. We …
... Kinsale was a fun place to walk around and look in all the great shops. The shopkeepers, the waitstaff at the restaurant, and the people at the B&B were all very friendly and happy to spend time in conversation with you. Their accents are so much fun, the way they choose their words is so unique, and their manner is so open and warm that we really love talking with everyone we've met. It seems that every single one of them is so proud of their country that each ...
Depart Hotel Carlton at 8 AM.
8.65 / hr min wage for hotel workers
15.50 / hr for construction workers
22 / hr for office workers
(all in Euros)
Wages > 33K - tax for social insurance is very high
Locals pay all the VAT taxes and more
Can be as high as 23%
Export / Visitors get the tax back
Cork is the largest county in Ireland
Gaelic speaking region
Ballyvourney region is an officially ...
We had planned to go to a fishing town called Fermoy after Killarney and possible Cork however the tackle was closed for the next two days when we got there so we continued to a place called Dundalk. We couldn't find any accommodation so checked in to a hotel we thought might be decent and we were very tired from driving all day. Big mistake! There was a pub and night club attatched to the hotel and the pub was open for a big sunday session and there was also a big ...
Written by Rich
Another morning of gray drizzle and excellent smoked salmon and eggs. We packed up, Rebecca & Den walked down to an ATM to get more cash to pay Mrs. O'Neill for our lodging in yet another place that doesn’t take credit cards (70 euros per room per night), and after deciding that the weather made going over the Connor Pass (3000+ feet high on a mostly one-lane road with no guard rails and very ...