Cliff House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... So we stayed in for most of the day, finally going out for dinner in the evening when the rain settled down and then into downtown Killarney to hear some live traditional Irish music one last time. It wasn't a late night out but was quite enjoyable.
Today we headed off to Ardmore. If any of you are Nora Roberts fans, this is the town that her Irish Gallagher's Pub trilogy (Jewels Of the Sun, Tears of the ...
... any issues being out there in the dark practically in the middle of nowhere ... until when we driving up the incredibly dark road that Michael lives on - I told him I dont like a certain part of the road - it gives me the willy's ... he said that would be because that this where the ol Mill is and it is haunted .... well **** me - I just nearly shat me pants .... I thought he might be pulling my leg ...
... town is no more than a main street with a few sparsely inhabited residential streets. I made it just in time for dinner. I indulged myself because, after all, I'm on vacation- and went to White Horses Restaurant. It was excellent and well worth the euros. After dinner I decided to walk off my prawns and lemon cheesecake (yeah that's right) and took the attached pic. The plan is to do a little touring, at my leisure, but overall just relax for the weekend before getting back on the ...
... who watched us sleep (weird) - Two nice Kiwi girls, who kept calling themselves Aussies. - An awkward couple who I don't think spoke English. All they did was rape each others faces. - An American guy who kept telling us that he had 'inverted tear ducts'. - Three Irish guys who kept ******* and talking really loud at 8am (not fun seeing as we only got into bed at 6am). Oh the joys of staying in hostels. We do love meeting people from different places in the world ...
... life. We left as 11 strangers and came back as 11 friends. The house we stayed in was in a remote area right on the beach. We got to walk along the cliffs, check out the Holy well, bounce around in the bog, and visit an old cemetery. Also, it got me out of the city and away from everyone, which allowed me to think and reflect about who I am. If this sounds lame to you then clearly you need to go on one and see for yourself.
Sunday: Had to say goodbye to my little patch of ...