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Ireland 2007: Day 2, Dingle

On our way to the town of Dingle we were informed that many feature films were made in this area (including Ryan's Daughter and Far and Away). We pulled off the road for a few photo ops - including a stop at the famous beehive huts and a pleasant visit with Maura (who had a cameo in Far and Away!).

Continuing on, our next stop was to photo the "Three Sisters" and Mount Brandon (made famous by our very own Chet Raymo).

We enjoyed lunch and a few hours of leisure in Dingle. (Much shopping was done!) We also enjoyed a cathedral, the fishing docks and stories of hot whiskey.

On a side note: Ask some of us about our samples of ice cream - Peter and Jocelyn split the five-flavor special!


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