The Wyatt Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... restaurant was highly rated online. It was a great choice as the food was excellent and they had live music. It was a talented one man show with a guitar and a harmonica. He was singing a wide range of songs that we enjoyed. Gretchen was thrilled with the music. She turned her chair and just stared at him the entire time. After several songs she got the courage to go over and make a request. She was thrilled when he sang a few songs for her.
... been given a tour of a hotel before, especially one that has tiered cinema that serves popcorn and has a candy station. (Side note for THS, the classic film "the quiet man" was filmed here) Our room, wow- and there is a heated towel rack and heated floors in the bathroom. Our view is of the lake, and we look forward to seeing it tomorrow. The concierge made reservations for us at Cullen's at the Dungeon. One side of the ...
... Conga, which means isthmus in Irish. Personally, I don't think much is gained by dropping the "a". Cong is also known as the site for a 1950's John Wayne movie: The Quite Man. The movie boasts the longest fight scene ever filmed. Two of our traveling companions tried to recreate the scene but gave up after becoming winded in a few seconds! We recuperated with a leisurely drive through the beautiful hills of Connemara to spend a night in Westport where we ...
... traffic. Seeing this as a great opportunity we talked to the grandfather, now leaning on our open window. As we were blocking the road we turned into the yard, met the son and kids and fifteen minutes later we were sitting around the kitchen table having a cup of tea and homemade shortbread !! The lady at the cathedral suggested to get off the main roads when you are driving in Ireland as there is generally a gem at the end of the road. How right she was ! ...
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The history of fortifications of this limestone outcrop goes back to prehistory probably; certainly from the 4th century AD it was very important as the seat of the Kings on Munster, this part of southern Ireland. St Patrick visited here in about 450AD and in 1014 AD the King of Munster repelled an attack by the invading Vikings.
In 1101 the then King of Munster handed the ‘rock’ to the ...