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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... After its death, the night was perfect with almost no cough. Hard to beat the view when we woke up. It's a bit cloudy but it doesn't rain, let's focus on the positive side of things. We appreciate a breakfast at our hotel (while learning that black pudding is blood sausage, burp!), which is nice for a chance compared to our typical pastries on the road. We explore the Dingle Peninsula and we just can't get over the fact of how beautiful it is, especially when we ...
... in the 18th Century, very interesting indeed. Further along the ring and into Caherviseen where we make a right turn and over the river through the farms to find Ballycarberry Castle. It's one of the most magical ruined castles I have seen. It stands up on the hill overlooking the river and to get to it you have to climb under the barb wired fence and hike through the cow paddock, all fun. It's basically half a castle with ivy clambering up all ...
Had a bit of a sleep in today as to avoid the tourist bus hordes at breakfast. Left Bunratty with a quick stop into Limerick to see King John's castle and the town centre. Drove on to Adare, which is known as one of Ireland's prettiest villages. It has a lovely little row of thatched roof cottages and a lovely park, but too many tourists for my liking, all the buses must have arrived at once. Take the R roads to Tralee, driving through Athea and ...
... that there were only five of us on the tour; a mother and daughter from Spain, one guy from Brazil and Garrett and me. Mike launched right into his tour talk and began to tell us the history of many of the buildings we were passing in town. He began, and also filled in, many of his sentences with the phrase, "now guys." "Now guys, on the left you will see the most famous golf course where Tiger has played and Bill Clinton loved. But, guys, since the ...
... that I can handle it, and I did. I ordered fish and chips and this was the first time the fish was not fried. It was good, but not filing. I have noticed that the portion sizes in Europe are smaller. That is such an American thing to say and probably why obesity is really high in the United States, but I wanted to make sure I am full and got my euros worth. Here is where we also showed off our ...