Killarney Photos

In Killarney we did a few hours of hiking and saw a well-restored castle. Then we drove on down to Cork, where we spent the next night.

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Ross Castle, just outside of Killarney. It has been restored recently and is in very good shape.
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Ross Castle again.
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Sue in front of Lough Leane (right behind Ross Castle). One of those mountains behind her is Carrantuohill, the tallest mountain in Ireland.
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We did a short hike to Library Point, which again is very near the castle.
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Not far from Ross Castle is Muckross House, which is on the Killarney National Park.
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We saw trees like this a few times in Ireland. No idea what they are, but they look strange.
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Sue and I on another hike, at Torc Waterfall. The information person at Muckross House told us that we could walk around Muckross Lake in an hour at most, but it took us more like four hours! I think she probably never did it herself.
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Some native Irish black cows were grazing in the park.
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Sue, with Muckross Lake and Lough Leane behind her.
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The Old Weir bridge, near Muckross Lake.
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