- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
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 ...
... sing as they were a choir group on tour. Their impromptu performance was flawless and to think they did it without any instrumental backing made it all the more worthwhile.
One thing about Ireland, besides the magnificent scenery and the bad weather - is the people. They are so naturally friendly and appreciative that you are in their country. They make you feel as if you belong here – their hospitality has been over whelming and we love them for ...
... that we all wash and put away our own dishes. Even those who cooked for themselves left no mess behind!
At 10am we were met in the lobby by a tall and happy man named Mike who was there to collect those of us waiting for the tour bus to the Ring of Kerry. Mike seemed more than happy to be headed out for the day despite the fact that he had probably done this drive enough times to navigate it blindfolded. He led us to a small van and we were pleased ...
... but thankfully found the hotel we had booked. We got up early to walk ‘The Shambles’ reportedly the most visited street in Europe. Its name is derived from the fact the old buildings are crooked, leaning towards each other til the roofs are almost touching. We were so keen we were actually there before anything opened. We checked the street markets and other shops. The town was celebrating a Viking Festival that we got to see some of. We had ...