Relax and see Ireland with Dove Chauffeur Drive
Executive chauffeurdriven vacations in Ireland with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive
For your own especially designed Tour of the Republic of Ireland/West and South west

Monday, October 10, 2016

Kinsale to Killarney on chauffeurdriven tour.

 A sign of things to come as the sun begins to peek above the horizon this morning, an early promise of another beautiful October day in lovely Ireland.
 This morning we left Kinsale, after a great breakfast in our lovely hotel, and all the ladies were in tip top  form, as you can see from the above photo. We had not gone far before we spotted another Murphy establishment, this store outside Mallow in county Cork. These Murphy's are all over the place in this region, and i actually felt a little relieved to be on my way as maybe i could be drawing a little too much attention to myself with my Blog comments about this particular clan. All's well that ends well.,
One of our first visits today in Killarney was the famous Muckross House where Queen Victoria stayed during her visit to Killarney. The house itself does not look its best at the moment, as there is a lot of renovation work going on. These smiling ladies did give it a bit of a lift though.
I do have a problem getting them prepared for a photo though, as at least one of them will cry out immediately after i take a shot that they were not ready. I try to remember to count down to it, but it is hard to get it right as somebody is always not happy with something.
 Kathy looks like she is taking some kind of a Karate stance in this photo, and Kerry looks like she is also on her marks to take off somewhere. They are a lively lot.
 We did have a coffee, and tea break in my apartment in Killarney later, and all of my cookies disappeared pretty quickly,, but at least they were all very well behaved. I think that maybe they are getting used to me.
The Killarney Brewing Company is a new beer brewing venture in Killarney, and one of the owners is a friend of my party back in New York. I will fill you in more on that, after we visit there over the next few days, but it is a lovely place, and the word out there is positive about their beer.

Tomorrow we are on our way to the Dingle peninsula, and the forecast is good again, so the photos should be good.Make sure to tune in here, and follow along.