Cliff House Hotel
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... After being shoved off my third bus, the fourth bus driver took pity on me, shoved the other passengers out of my way and escorted me on board the bus, down the aisle to a seat and directed who could sit next to me.
I got lost trying to find my hotel. (This was the last time I would travel without a compass.) I finally found my hotel near the incredible Duomo. Next challenge: climb up the slippery marble steps on the roof of the ...
... 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 ...
... headed home, just as we arrived, we received a phone call from Lennox, the vet had rung her and Suzie was stabilised and had made a small improvement so he said she can go home. Our plans to go to Cork tomorrow are now changed, we will be heading into Limerick to pick up the dog. Good to hear she is getting better though.
Leon has lit a nice fire, so time for dinner and maybe another movie on the computer.