Killarney National Park, the fog started settling in, but the colors were still popping everywhere.
Murphy's Ice Cream was unlike any other I have ever had. If you are in Ireland and you see one of these ice cream shops, do yourself a favor - stop and order a large. I am not a huge sweet tooth and devoured my medium portion of a mix, dingle sea salt and caramel honeycomb. Back to the Forrest we go!
Torc Waterfall, which was an interesting experience less than 48 hours post marathon. One thing I have learned from multiple "runcations" is to always keep moving, so while I was hurting and a little slow, I kept pushing.
ASICS Storm Shelter jackets. I love this jacket so much that I own it in three different colors.
Coachmans Townhouse. The accommodations were great - comfortable bed (not common in Europe) and we paid less than 70 euro a night including parking. Many of the restaurants in town were closed on Wednesday's so we ended up dining at the hotel, which I ended up being very happy with. I had a Cottage Pie (aka a Shepherds Pie in the US). It was fantastic.
We fell in love with this city, who loves Halloween more than me. The great thing about our hotel is that it had live music - and we didn't have to go far to be entertained! My only sad story of this day is that Gabe lost his wedding ring and they couldn't find it.
Day three will take us from Kenmare to Tralee - traveling the beautiful Ring of Kerry and ending with a staying overnight in a castle!!!!!!