Excerpt from Ireland, Vol. 2: East, West, and South; Including Dublin and Howth
The long and somewhat devious routes we outline, from Dublin to Killarney and back, are the best in our opinion, having regard to the quality of roads, scenery, and places of interest. Such an ins... tructive tour if taken fairly leisurely would, with the Waterville Tour thrown in, occupy a busy month on the reckoning of 30 miles a day. With less time available, the outward route may be re commended with some confidence. The return route, by way of Limerick, is distinctly less interesting, and of its three principal attractions for the lover of old-time relics - Adare, Holycross Abbey and Cashel - the last and most interesting can be taken on the outward route, between Kilkenny and Clonmel, at an additional cost of miles' pleasant cycling. We anticipate, and shall welcome, suggested improvements of our zigzag from Dublin to Killarney. Meanwhile we are not doubtful of its merits.
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