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Monday, June 10, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! A Killarney Evening Out!

We are on our own tonight, and I was so tired after out day's tour of the Dingle Peninsula that I crashed for a two hour nap!

It's rainy-but just a light drizzly rain, and I grabbed my jacket and my umbrella to go find a bite to eat. 

Even better--a place to eat a bowl of traditional Irish stew and enjoy some Irish music that is starting in just a bit!

Then it will be a short walk the the umbrella back to the hotel and a good night's sleep--we are on the move again tomorrow!

Love from Killarney--






10 comments:

Tami C said...

Hope you enjoyed your bowl of stew. That really looked yummy. The buildings on the streets look so friendly. Glad you got a good nap and are enjoying yourself!

Janet Hartje said...

Don't you just love how much character there is in each building and cottage. Love all the colors too.

Muv said...

Hello Bonnie,

Grey skies and warming winter food - now you are getting the genuine experience! Nothing better than a lamb stew. I could live on it.

I have a nice woollen cardigan I bought in Killarney one chilly August..

The other thing I particularly remember about Killarney was the grave in the Cathedral grounds of unknown children who died in the Famine.

The Dingle is wonderful. I hope you got a good view of the Blasket Islands.

Love,
Muv

magicthimblecreations said...

That stew looks so good, but the bread looks interesting. Wish we could get something like that in our little town. Glad you have had a great trip so far.

Louise said...

Stew looked delish. Loved the pictures. They sure don't have the monopoly on trees but cool pictures.

YankeeQuilter said...

love the brown bread...and real butter...and a Guinness....

Linda K said...

I am so glad that you got to see Dingle! My husband and I crossed off #1 on the Bucket List last May when we took our trip to Ireland, so I'm loving your posts and cherishing my memories. We stayed at a B&B down the road from Kylemore House and another B&B on the Dingle Peninsula and enjoyed our share of stew and Guinness! Happy Travels!

shadypinesqltr said...

Your photos make me homesick for Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Same streets, colors, net curtains, green fields and RAIN. Only thing different is the names on the stores and pubs.

Glad that you are having a good time!

Beth said...

Looks so pretty. Thanks for the wonderful pictures. I like traveling with you. Hope you good some good sleep, gotta keeep moving.

cityquilter grace said...

oh yummmm that looks delish! and love that local color! glad to hear all is going well