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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... passe proche des bosquets! Chaque village nous charme vraiment avec leurs maisons et commerces (pubs!) de couleurs... même si on trouve qu'il y règne toujours une petite odeur de jambon cuit! Petit souper nachos/filet de poulet dans un pub sportif sympathique. On quitte juste à temps avant que le quiz commence! Qui a le goût de jouer à Cranium dans un bar?! On préfère de loin aller prendre une autre bière dans un pub ...
... nestled amongst the trees overlooking the river. It is the one of the seats of the Dukes of Devonshire and at one time Fred Astaire’s sister, Adele, lived here, she was married to a member of the Dukes family.
Lismore’s origins are much older however, St Carthage arrived here in 635 AD and started a monastery. The Catholic Church, although not that old, part of it dates from the 13th cent, is dedicated to this saint.
The day started well with blues sky and sunshine and a lovely Skype session chatting with Sally-Anne, Kurt, Cooper and Kenzie. It was nice to see all their smiling faces. We started off driving anti clockwise on the Ring of Kerry through Killorglin the home of King Puck and the eight arch bridge, of course we had to stop for a photo or two. Next stop is at the Kerry Bog Village Museum which gives you a fascinating insight into how people lived and worked ...
... was a bit of an unlisted gem, pretty little village but quite busy although it may have been the two tractors heading up the Main Street that slowed us down. Throughout Tralee and onto the Connor Pass road, of course as we get closer and start winding our way up the mountain in rolls the misty clouds drizzly rains. It's still gorgeous views in both directions from the summit lookout (not sure how we got to the top, the road was so narrow at ...
... sup> hole.
The welcome from the staff and other golfers in the club house was first rate, with all wanting to know if we enjoyed the experience. When Steve mentioned that the breeze made it a bit harder they laughed and said there was no wind out there today! The meals that followed were huge and the staff went out of their way to make sure Del enjoyed a gluten free dish of oversized Cod and salad. Steve was threatened by Eileen the Chief that if ...