Kilkee Travel Guide

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    Kilkee beach
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  • Littering is Filthy
    Littering is Filthy
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    Irish fairy ring! Kilkee
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Kilkee Things to Do

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    by dustmon Written Jul 31, 2010

    Kilkee has a nice beach area which was deserted when we were there....lots of room to walk with a few sea birds calling in the wind....
    Kilkee is a seaside resort town in western Ireland.

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Kilkee Nightlife

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    by annasi Updated Aug 24, 2006

    Waterfront is nowadays the only nightclub in Kilkee. Its right next to the roundabout facing Kilkee Bay. If you like dancing it is the place to go. Unfortunately they have plastic glasses where they serve beer and about the toilets.. well dont drink too much! But the athmosphere is nice and there is plenty of room for dancing or sitting down. Make sure you tell the DJ-Mark that Finnish Anna said hi =)

    Dress Code: Casual

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Kilkee Local Customs

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    by dustmon Updated May 26, 2010

    I have an odd collection of photos from around the world where I come across odd or funny signs, and Kilkee has one of my favorites----if you can't read it, it says
    "Littering is Filthy and Selfish so dont Do It"
    Amen to that.

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    by Suzi3636 Written Oct 6, 2003

    When ordering in a pub, decide what food/drink you'd like, then stand at the end of the bar...waiting for the publican's attention. Place your order, then return to your seat. Someone will bring your food to you.

    Also, in the states, you are probably accustomed to having a waiter/waitress stop by to refill drinks, etc. Our first pub stop taught us that if the person serving the food is busy, chances are slim that they are going to come by repeatedly to refill a glass of water or ask if you need more butter. When someone delivers the food and asks if you need anything else, THAT is the time to speak up... otherwise, be prepared to go back to the bar. Just a different culture.

    By the same token, don't hesitate to ask for what you need. The service whereever we ate/drank across Ireland was very polite and the servers were happy to get us what we needed.

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