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Up stepped a band of troopers: Kelly, Davis and Fitzroy
They all set out to capture him, the wild colonial boy
... weren't nearly as good as in the States, but it did its job in a pinch.
Baileys Cheesecake - mmmmm
Irish Breakfast - I was a little turned off by having beans for breakfast, but the rest was a great way to start the morning!
Millionare Shortbread - I'd like to thank Caramel, Shortbread, and Chocolate for this tasty snack.
Egg Bagette, Slaw, Chips
Lebe lang und erfolgreich,
... which I (Allison) was eager to try. We shared some soup and asked that they give us a cheese plate with a selection of cheeses. We enjoyed them all, particularly one that was made just a couple of km down the road and the Cashel Blue Cheese. We walked out, heard a rumbling sound and realized a water fall was quite nearby. We strolled over to check it out and snap some pictures. Kathryn asked me to pose on the small foot bridge over the top of the ...
We said goodbye to Kathy, Alfie, the chickens and the dogs and headed off to Muckross Estate. The grounds are lovely and would be even better in the summer. If I had this trip to do over I would skip the tour of the house. It went fast and I have been in other mansions and did not find this that unique. Also it was so nice outside, I wanted to be outside!
After this we drove to Torc Waterfall which is great, and took kind of a detour. We wanted to drive ...
We stopped in Sneem for a lunch that was touted by Dylan as being one of the best restaurants to eat at. The place was owned by a married couple (the husband had grown up with Maureen O’Hara and were friends with her). The restaurant was very pretty inside, but was very small. A basket of sandwiches were already on the table for us along with a basket of scones (large biscuits) and homemade jelly. People could drink either coffee, tea, or water. One had ...