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... He had a BLAST!
We shopped today until I dropped. I think Weezy was just getting started. There are lots of craft stores around here. We bought some stuff to bring home as gifts. We finally found a cheese store for me. I got a cheddar type that is aged 2 years. Sharp!! We also found Murphy's ice cream. I had Dingle sea salt flavor and caramel honeycomb. OMG! The ...
... the style of the 15th and 16th centuries when the powerful O'Briens were in residence. Some of the furniture was beautifully carved, one piece took 14 years to make, not on a small scale obviously. There were also some huge tapestries on the walls. Were surprised at how few rooms there were generally and the bedrooms were very small and were served by narrow, spiral stone stairways. Folk park is a re-creation of life in Ireland over 100years ago with ...
... creatures, the fish. They never talk back to you!" Complimenting the food is fine. If you compliment his wife, the chef, he is likely to say, "Well,...I don't know about that. I'll reserve my opinion." He told me, "I saw your first email, as Gaeilge. It was terrible! Of course, you used a translator, it's not your fault. The translators, they are terrible!" The view, even just from the parking lot, is heart-wrenchingly beautiful. My room looks out on the ocean. From ...
... this generation apparently, they were under their headphones bopping away when all of a sudden Adam says "Hey-haven't we been by this river a few times?!" We'll leave our readers guessing if his parents chose to be proud of his directional sense or if they used a few choice words and scolded him for not contributing to the effort of finding very hidden street signs! Throw in traffic circles, driving on the wrong side of the road and ...
... history. It was lovely to wander the streets and do a little shopping at the Adare Heritage Centre.
We arrived at the entrance of Killorglin (pronounced Clorg Lin) about 90 minutes later and saw parked vehicles lining the streets, and a river of vehicles on the street looking for parking spaces. We wedged into a space between a tree and a parking barricade and headed on foot to the Puck Festival in the center of town. Once you round ...