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The Dingle Peninsula

sunny 62 °F

During breakfast, we were trying to decide whether to do the Ring of Kerry, pretty touristy and bussey, or go to Dingle and see the Dingle Peninsula. After reviewing Fodor's we decided on the Dingle Peninsula, as I have never been there before. On the way we stopped at a famine house, that showed what living conditions were like in the 1840's during the devastating potato famine. Dingle is wonderful little seaside village that was well worth seeing. We decided that we had made the right decision.

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Posted by rpickett 09:26 Archived in Ireland Tagged peninsula dingle

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