Located in the south-west of Ireland, in the province of Munster, in the county of Kerry is the charming town of Tralee. It's notably the largest town in County Kerry. It's also the 13th largest urban settlement in Ireland.
It's located at the base of an ancient roadway that heads south over the Slieve Mish Mountains. On this old track there is a large boulder called Scotia's Grave. It's the burial place of an Egyptian Pharaoh's daughter! The town sits at the junction of some small rivers and it also resides next to a marsh at the head of Tralee Bay.
The area is well known for an annual festival held in August called the Rose of Tralee International Festival. The festival takes its inspiration from a nineteenth century ballad about a woman named Mary, whose beauty was so exotic and lovely that she was called The Rose of Tralee. This festival is televised and it's one of the highest viewed shows on Irish television.
To honour the local tradition, visit the Rose Garden in the town park and book the delicate, erotic company of an elite escort! In the Rose Garden, there's a life size bronze stature depicting the original persona as well as the Rose Wall of Honour. The Rose Wall of Honour is a series of glass panels that contain the name of every Rose who has participated in the Festival since 1959.
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Visit the Kerry County Museum whose aim is to collect, record, preserve and display the material heritage of Kerry County. It's lower floor takes visitors through a recreated Medieval town with all its sights, sounds and smells! There are exhibits displaying the archeology of Kerry County as well as it's history. Check out the dueling pistols used by the Liberator, Daniel O'Connell in the early nineteenth century or the sunflower pins from the Bronze Age. Learn about Kerry County's rich cultural heritage at the Kerry County Museum!
Check out the Blennerville Windmill. This tower mill stands at 21.3 meters high and its the tallest of its kind. The windmill was primary used for grinding corn. In the mid-late 19th century after the introduction of steam power, the mill fell into ruin. In 1981, restoration of the mill began and today, it's open to the public. It offers a visitor centre, craft centre, exhibition gallery, audio-video presentation as well as a restaurant. Wind yourself up and go to Blennerville Windmill!
Feed your face with the tasty deliciousness of Quinlans Seafood Bar. Located at The Main Mall, this British Irish menu offers a breath of fresh sea air! Get down on the chowder. Order the home made chips and be sure to try the beer battered fish. Their food is fresh and delicious and their staff is warm and friendly. Enjoy tasty quality at Quinlan's Seafood Bar with a gorgeous escort in Tralee!
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