Victoria House Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVictoria House Hotel Killarney
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... the trip. We also felt kind of lucky because other than 2 other cats that passed us coming the other way, we were the last cart for the day... again really nice, great scenery... I'm sure whatever I post will not capture it, but I hope you enjoy the little peek. PS... Not 100% sure why some of the videos are posting upside down. I'm sure I'm holding the phone upside down but am not sure how to fix it without a better editing program... for now, please turn your monitors upside down ...
... out of the parking lot. Apparently, in the wrong direction. We take another lap through to get to road going in the right direction, and Norm really has the hang of this thing. Behind us, there is honking and yelling, and Norm mutters "******* Americans." Then he grins and says, "That was me 5 minutes ago."
It's a major highway most of the way to Killarney, so there is actually enough room for a car in either direction without killing each ...
... is the Killarney horse racing track. There is a horse racing festival / races going on today.These races happen only three times a year. Just so happens it's here the same time we are.. so the traffic down that road is heavy. With that and the questionable wind and clouds we head back to the hostel.
We find a parking place there. Phew! Don't have to go search for a place. After an early dinner (to avoid the French school group crowds in the kitchen), ...
... a long stone and others proceeded to make an appendage and 2 round stones that sorted out the problem however it was found that 3 round stones were needed to get the right affect. It was quite lifelike and as we were leaving another busload - Aussies - proceeded to photograph our stoneage man. Lots of laughs all round. We then headed to a pass whose name I can't find to get the correct spelling and had a photo stop there. I zoomed in on a round fort ...
... Tralee, passing through Listowel. Our trip was filled with very straight roads, very unlike NZ so we were positively flying along at a brisk 55-60 MPH most of the way! people were still passing us though, damn speedsters!
Tralee was very scenic and we did a wee tour of the town centre before continuing to the Dingle Penninsula, which included a windmill at Blennerville! Our tour of the Dingle took ...