The Killeshin Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as Spain's. Then most monuments close between 3 and 5. Its very strange. They also blame it because this is their winter months, again hard to understand coming from a town that gets two feet of snow and hardly every gets delays to call Ireland's 40 degree weather "winter."
Beside for the bummer of the tower being closed, we still had a fantastic day. We explored some gardens, and found a cute cafe where I enjoyed a great vegetable soup (yes me I had vegetable soup ...
Another big day planned, got up at 7am, showered, dressed, did some packing. The before breakfast used the WiFi, downloaded and sorted pictures from the camera. Uploaded pictures to Facebook, then went to breakfast, ate and returned to the room. Once in the room, got ready for the day, finished packing and then took bags to coach. We left at 9am heading to Cobh. It was a 30 minute trip and we arrived. Cobh, the place where the Titanic's last port of call was. We ...
... hall and a reed bed and a waterfall used instead of a septic tank to deal with sewage in a green way. There were lots of houses and people of all ages living there. We bought three chutneys to try out.
We went back into Callen and had tea/coffee and bisquits and a chat with a ...
... 8211; which was very cool indeed. We got a personal tour of the lighthouse and it was very nice – a bit creepy and old as well as fascinating. Purpose built as a lighthouse, it has served sailors and shipping for 800 years, apart from a short closure during the 17th century. It is thought to be one of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world. Hook Head wild and elemental, tranquil and serene, in its serenity hides ...
... the tickets which includes a video and time to tour the little "museum." The boat wasn't scheduled to sail until 3:15 so we had some time to kill. We headed back to PortMagee and had a wonderful lunch at a little place called the Skellig Mist. It was excellent. In case you were curious, I went for a ciabatta with baked brie, sun dried tomatoes and roasted peppers. Extreme yumminess. Nora very much enjoyed her sliced chicken on a baguette. Let's face ...