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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Waterville, which is a pebbly beach with salmon and trout fishing in the local streams. The national rowing championships were being held which caused road congestion. I can really appreciate the passing difficulties on these narrow roads that friends Ken and Wendy experienced with their motor home .. Small stop at the Sneem River with beautiful rock formations. A very slow coach ride traversing the mountains on a very narrow road with small passes which are ok ...
... in a lovey b&b at the top of a hill and had views of the city. I walked and walked to try and find the observatory but gave up and turned around. Just so happens that If i walked another 5 mins I would've gotten there. Cork is different to the other cities. The streets are wide and it has a very chilled out vibe. I only stayed one night but could have stayed loner to explore.
Then, back to Dublin. I feel a ...
... Dublin, I went back west again and arrived in Galway...to pandemonium (covered in the next entry). It was a really long day that left me scratching my head as to the obvious oversight in transportation planning that led to this farce of a day. Oh well, at least I'm finally sleeping on a queen mattress (my accommodations in Dingle was a twin, which I haven't slept on since I was about 19) in a really nice room a block from Eyre Square (the main tourist ...
... the experience was special. Before I left Canada I did some research. Though it wasn’t easy I found that our family had flax fields here not far from town. My great grandmother and her daughter Mary, my grandmother, left from Cork to meet my great grandfather after the famine years. I can only surmise that they survived those difficult years because of the fact that they grew not only potatoes but flax on their plot of land. They ...
... but still got wet and travel a little soggy for the rest of the day.
Followed the TomTom’s directions through the most amazing countryside. Even ended up on a ferry which took us from County Claire to County Kerry. I know now why the Irish are such avid followers of the Catholic Faith. I’ve never said so many Hail Mary’s in all my life. The roads here are terrifying. Single lanes with two lanes of traffic with ...