Tralee Central Hotel
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 7 Kevin: "I am enjoying myself, I'm just enjoying myself at a fast pace." Walked around sneem looking for a place to eat but found nothing, so I bought a blueberry muffin to avoid getting a stomach ulcer. We figured we'd have a better chance of finding a restaurant with vegetarian options in a bigger town that is more tourist friendly. Drove around the ring of Kerry Looking for a way to get to puffin island, failed. Went to Valentia island ...
... in the cafe drinking a latte and a hot chocolate whilst it rained outside. Grumpiest bus driver ever! Didn't help that both of us are still sick and the windy bus trip made James look like Caspar the ghost. Luckily once we arrived in Tralee we only had to walk down a street and we were at Bibi's hostel but no one was there! (Reoccurring theme for us). The gentleman from the takeaway shop across the road yelled out and reassured ...
... starting in the 7th century. They were quite small and constructed out of loose stacked slate. The second cool thing that we saw as a random spring house right next to the road. We thought it might have been a shrine, but on further investigation, it was just a fancy spring house. At one point in this drive, we saw 3 castle ruins and 2 monasteries from one point. This was pretty prototypical Ireland. By this point, we were "unimpressed" by the profusion of old stuff scattered ...
... Cork,Castletownsend,oh it would have been nice to pull in there and visit ...for a pint.
We were on a mission so it was a non stop trip,the loom from the Fastnet lighthousewas very clear.
Next was Toe Head and the Stags where the Kowloon Bridge sunk many years ago.
Baltimore Harbour beacon beckoned where I spent many an enjoyable week with Glenans on Cavalls and Muskiteers visiting places like Sherkin and Cape Clear,Skull etc.
It was the early hours of ...
Hello, trusty readers! I returned back to Limerick yesterday after spending a glorious Christmas in the lovely town of Tralee! A little over a month ago, my Irish housemate asked me if I had anywhere to go on Christmas. He seemed quite concerned that I not stay in Limerick all alone for such an important holiday. Just a bit later, he got the okay from his family. His brother even chimed, "An American? Don't they *really* celebrate Christmas?"