Fondest memory: In July 2008 I went to Killarney for a wedding with my family. The weather was really sunny and dry and we stayed in a hotel. My best memory of the trip was going to a wedding in Killarney and dressing in a suit. I met my cousins and saw my uncle's farm in Macroom and I went to the seaside too.
In the South West Coast of Ireland genuine hospitality awaits coupled by the fantastic scenery & pure peace that this little corner can bring to your soul.
Fondest memory: Favourite thing for me was meeting up with fellow tourists from around the world. Killarney brings out the best in people
The truely natural setting of Killarney & the beauties that surround her. Queen Victoria's Ladies in Waiting were taken to see this special place & I do think they would have been amused if not delighted with the stunning view.
Fondest memory: The simplistic nature & wonderful hue of colours which only raw beauty can conjure.
Favorite thing: I often take the boat out on the lakes. Only fishing boats are allowed on the lakes, (with the exception of a water bus ~ 60 seats). This means that it can be nice and quiet while on the boat. The pocture below shows Torc mountain taken on the boat on the Muckross side of the Ross peninsula.
Fondest memory: This is so bold, but when we were kids and went to Killarney on a day-trip, we went around to the Great Southern Hotel (right beside the the train station) taking all the hotel mini-shampoo and shower-gel bottles and complimentary soaps :)) I dont know why we did it, it's not like we didnt already have them at home ;)
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