White Sands Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ballyheigue
... and salad, then we continued on to the Cliffs of Moher. It had been cloudy, almost foggy, all day but rain and winds started as we were climbing back on the bus and were at their peak when we arrived at the visitor center. Walking to the visitor center required considerable leaning into the wind. The visitor center was great, provided a 180 degree view of the cliffs and surrounding oceans. It showed ...
... to get some air when all of a sudden the lights went out; she couldn't explain why it had happened. The restaurant manager was pretty rattled by the whole episode. Thank goodness she hadn't been going down the stairs when she fainted! Anyway, we had a very nice dinner; I had to have a boxty, which is their speciality, and it's a gigantic potato pancake wrapped around filling. I chose the curried lamb - sooo good.
It was a rather nice evening with the possibility of a ...
... Unfortunately, the GPS lady had no idea where the golf course really was, and it became a game of Hide and Seek. Of course, after 36 hours of no sleep, and one lane roads supposed to accomodate 2 way traffic on the wrong side of the road, things got interesting. Finally arriving at Elaine's, we unpacked and walked to the golf club for supper. Good fish suppers and a spectacular view, accompanied by two Guinness and a small bottle of ...
... Dennis had a haircut appointment in Killarney to get to at 2:30, so he was riding at a furious pace passing people right and left. Just once I'd like to be the one to set the pace on that ride! We ate our lunch at Dinis Cottage and set off again the same way - speed racers. As we approached the part of the ride where you have to be on the main highway for a mile or so I could see another cyclist ahead, riding at a good pace. I said to Dennis, "no crazy passing maneuvers, okay?", ...
... back at the cottage, and after dinner, of course, we drove up the gap road to have a little nip of Jameson in our usual spot.
Dennis needed to go to Limerick overnight and left on Wednesday morning pretty early (he rented a car the day before), and since it was a nice sunny day the girls and I decided to hike up Mangerton Mountain. It was a much more difficult hike than Torc Mtn - much steeper trail, and much of it is like you are hiking up a stream because the mountain ...