Wow! The views are just awesome and with the drive touched by tremendous history as well made the drive the must do activity in Dingle. We stopped only at the Famine exhibit which really isn't worth the 3 Euros but we did it anyway. Along the route we stopped at a local cafe/bookstore and had pie and tea and we so thoroughly enjoyed that stop. We also stopped at the Mulcahy pottery shop and bought some items. Finished the drive with a quick lunch at the Blasket Center and took the short cut back. Was a wonderful full day that I'd highly recommend.
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