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  Institute of Technology, Tralee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Institute of Technology, Tralee (ITT) is a college located in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland originally called Regional Technical College, Tralee, it was established in 1977.
The institute has two campuses, the north campus located in Dromtacker, Tralee and the south campus located in Clash, Tralee, approximately 1.5 miles apart.
The north campus specalises in business and computer studies, hotel catering and tourism studies and Nursing Studies whilst the School of Engineering and Construction Studies and Health and Leisure Studies is based on the south campus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Institute_of_Technology,_Tralee   (281 words)

 TraleeTown.com - About Tralee
Tralee is the capital town and administrative centre of County Kerry, a region of spectacular beauty and Ireland's premier visitor destination.
The mediaeval town was burnt in 1580 as a consequence of the revolt against the policies of Queen Elizabeth of England.
Tralee was created a borough by Royal charter in 1613 and the Town Charter is now held in the County Library, Tralee.
indigo.ie /~tedcarr/abouttralee.html   (1138 words)

 Welcome to Cork Kerry-Cork Kerry, the counties of the spectacular Southwest of Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tralee is the administrative capital of County Kerry.
The Rose of Tralee, has been one of the most popular songs about Ireland ever since it was written in the 19th century - by a local merchant William Mulchinock to celebrate his love for his maidservant Mary O’Connor.
The greatest of Tralee’s offerings is the The Festival of Kerry, lasting for a week at the end of August and which is the occasion of the selection of the Rose of Tralee from contestants from around the world.
www.corkkerry.ie /content.asp?id=375   (986 words)

 Events, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Tralee is the headquarters of Siamsa Tire (Ireland’s National Folk Theatre) which continues to attract worldwide critical acclaim for its adaptations of Irish folklore, music and dance.
Tralee is home to the internationally renowned Rose of Tralee Festival, which is held in the town each August.
Tralee hosts the Annual Pan Celtic Festival which is a celebration of Celtic language and culture, amongst the seven Celtic nations.
www.tralee.ie /events.htm   (271 words)

 Tralee County Kerry - Ireland, Travel Guide
During the Middle Ages Tralee served as the capital of the powerful Munster Geraldines.
Tralee boasts some of Irelands top heritage and leisure facilities.
Tralee is also home to Siamsa Tire - The National Folk Theatre of Ireland.
www.travelireland.org /kerry/tralee   (154 words)

 Tralee Bay Holiday Park - Oban Scotland
Tralee Bay is the perfect location for the family with a ready supply of things to see and do, or maybe you are looking to get away from it all and get some rest and relaxation.
Tralee Bay Holidays have been awarded five stars and graded excellent so you can rest assured, that quality is assured.
Tralee Bay Holidays make a positive contribution to conservation and the environment through careful landscaping, recycling, the cultivation of flora and fauna, and the creation of habitats designed to encourage a variety of wildlife.
www.tralee.com /main.asp   (509 words)

 Attractions and entertainment for visitors to Tralee, Co. Kerry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tralee is the County town at the heart of Kerry, and is an ideal location for exploring all in directions.
To the West you have the renowned Dingle peninsula, and to the south, the memorable Ring of Kerry.
Tralee is easily accessible by train or bus and only 15 minute's drive from Kerry Airport, one and a half hours from Cork or Shannon.
www.whitehousetralee.com /attractions.html   (534 words)

 Hillview, Self-Catering House Rental Accommodation, Tralee, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry - Ireland View, Ireland's ...
The house is located ten minutes walk from Tralee town and is within easy access of all the amenities and activities that Tralee town has to offer, eg.
Tralee town is famous worldwide for its annual festival of The Rose of Tralee.
Tralee town is 70 miles from Shannon, 72 miles from Cork, 208 miles from Dublin, 30 miles from Dingle and 20 miles from Killarney.
www.hillview-tralee.com   (332 words)

 Golf Link Travel's 25-Course Ireland Golf Series - Tralee - GolfLinkTravel.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The drive from the hotel was a bit over an hour only because next to Dublin the town of Tralee was easily the busiest I had encountered in Ireland.
Though it is close to Tralee, Barrow has a remote feel to it, and the sandy porous soil allowed Palmer the chance to build a links-style course that could be enjoyed year round.
Tralee is a clear favorite of Stateside golfers who swarmed the place on the day of my visit.
www.golflinktravel.com /deg/ire2-tralee.htm   (1189 words)

 GENUKI: Tralee
"TRALEE, a borough, assize, sea-port, market and post-town, and a parish, in the barony of TRUGHENACKMY, county of KERRY, and province of MUNSTER; 58¼ miles (W. W.) from Cork, and 151 (S. by W.) from Dublin; containing 11,021 inhabitants, of which number 9568 are in the town.
The Dominicans reestablished a church in Tralee in 1871, and this continues under the parish of Saint John.
From 1863 Tralee was in the Tralee Superintendant Registrar's District, and the Registrar's District of Tralee No.1.
homepage.eircom.net /~dinglemaps/genuki/KER/Tralee   (1026 words)

 Tralee Poor Law Union and Workhouse
Tralee Poor Law Union was formally declared on the 30th March 1840 and covered an area of 548 square miles.
The new Tralee Union workhouse was erected on a ten-acre site one mile to the west of Tralee at the north side of Quill Street.
Tralee rear of main block and central spine from the north, 2002
users.ox.ac.uk /~peter/workhouse/Tralee/Tralee.shtml   (500 words)

 Tralee Accommodation Oakley House,Guesthouse B&B Accommodation, Tralee, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry
Oakley House is a spacious period house with old world charm and character, situated on the outskirts of Tralee town.
Oakley House is located on the outskirts of Tralee town on the main road (N70) to Dingle Peninsula, Killorglin and Ring of Kerry making this guest house an ideally situated touring base.
Oakley House is located on the outskirts of Tralee town on the main road (N70) to Dingle Peninsula, Killorglin and Ring of Kerry.
www.oakleyguesthouse.com   (251 words)

 Tralee : Introduction | Frommers.com
Tralee is 32km (20 miles) NW of Killarney
Tralee is the commercial center of County Kerry, and with a population of 22,000, it's three times the size of Killarney.
The harbor of Tralee is 6.5km (4 miles) northwest of the town, at Fenit.
www.frommers.com /destinations/tralee/1315010001.html   (197 words)

 The Grand Hotel Tralee in Kerry, Ireland
Located in the heart of Tralee town, The Grand Hotel dates from 1928 and was built on the site of Tralee Castle which was demolished in the 19th century.
Tralee is the perfect base for touring Kerry, including the Ring of Kerry & Killarney lakes.
Tralee town hosts Siamsa Tire (nightly folk theatre entertainment), Kerry the Kingdom museum, Aquadome (indoor waterworld with pool, sauna, steam).
www.roomspring.com /grandhoteltralee.html   (346 words)

 Day Trips Part 5
TRALEE the capital of Kerry is world famous as the host of the Rose of Tralee Festival in early September.
Those who are fond of the outdoors will find that Tralee provides an excellent range of sports and leisure facilities including swimming at the Aqua Dome - one of Europe's most exciting water worlds.
Tralee is also the home of Siamsa tire - the National Folk Theatre of Ireland - a centre for folk theatre, mime and dance.
www.foundmark.com /Ireland/data/Daytrips/Part5.html   (1248 words)

 Tralee : Planning a Trip | Frommers.com
Four major national roads converge on Tralee: N69 and N21 from Limerick and the north, N70 from the Ring of Kerry and points south, and N22 from Killarney, Cork, and the east.
It is open weekdays 9am to 1pm and 2 to 5pm, with weekend and extended hours in the spring and summer.
Tralee General Hospital is on Killarney road (N22; tel.
www.frommers.com /destinations/tralee/1315010002.html   (286 words)

 Welcome to Holiday Tralee
Tralee town sits in the shelter of Tralee bay, with a panorama of sea and mountains streching into the west.
Located in the heart of Kerry, Tralee is the perfect base for exploring Kerry and it's diverse menu of scenic beauty, historical sites and world class golf courses.
Tralee offers a particulary comprehensive range of accommodation with modern well-appointed hotels, guesthouses and Bed and Breakfast accomodation.
www.holidaytralee.com   (197 words)

 Welcome to Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Tralee’s new fountain on the Fels Point/Ballyard roundabout will be operational over the St. Patrick’s Weekend Holiday according to Town Engineer Gerry Riordan...
Tralee Town Council has agreed in principle to hold its refuse collection charges for 2006 at their current levels....
Tralee Town Council is on target to complete just over 100 new housing units during 2005 according to Housing Officer Joan Curtin....
www.tralee.ie   (231 words)

 Bournemouth conference hotel and meeting suites at the Tralee Hotel on the West Cliff from Bournemouth Conferencing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Tralee Hotel is situated on Bournemouths’ fashionable West Cliff.
The Tralee has been brought back to its original 1930's splendour with all the modern facilities one would expect from a first class Hotel.
The Tralee offers many facilities to guests, such as the relaxing choice of Bars, Lounges, Restaurants and Private Dining.
www.bournemouthconferencing.com /pages/tralee.html   (255 words)

 Sheridan Lodge Bed & Breakfast - Bed & Breakfast - Tralee - Kerry
Although being located on the regional road R556, the area is very quiet and surrounded by a green enchanting landscape.
Come out of Rock Street straight over roundabout ahead and follow the road for about 2 miles, we are up the hill on the right hand side.
Follow signs to Tralee and drive on the Primary Route N22, which will join the N21 towards Tralee.
www.irelandby.com /sheridanlodge/pages/reach.htm   (269 words)

 Tralee County Kerry - Ireland View - Ireland's Travel and Accommodation Guide
Tralee is the chief town of Kerry, set at the mouth of Tralee Bay.
Situated near Tralee Town, Ballingowan House is ideally located close to all the amenities that Tralee and the surrounding areas have to offer.It is a spacious home set in a beautiful landscaped garden ensuring comfort and relaxation during your stay
Oakley House is a spacious period house with old world charm and character overlooking the Slieve Mish mountains and is located on the outskirts of Tralee town.This guesthouse is long established and is ideally situated for touring Kerry.
www.irelandview.com /kerry-tralee.php   (595 words)

 Quality bed and breakfast accommodation in Tralee, Co. Kerry - the Whitehouse Inn, family hostel and Irish bar
Tralee town is the heart of County Kerry, on the West coast of Ireland, offering the visitor many opportunities for entertainment, shopping and night-life and has attractions for all the family, including the Aquadome, Kerry County Museum and Jungle Jim's for children.
The Whitehouse is situated in the town centre, with private off-road parking for guests.
All amenities and Tralee's main shopping areas are within easy walking distance.
www.whitehousetralee.com   (268 words)

 Tralee Racecourse, Tralee Races, Tralee Horse Racing Festival, Tralee Race Course, Kerry Racecourse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tralee is a left handed round track of 1 mile 2 furlongs with a run in of 2 furlongs.
The estate was formerly the property of Daniel O'Connell, The Liberator, in whose honour the Liberator Handicap is run annually.
Tralee is the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula and the starting point for the Ring of Kerry.
www.hri.ie /racing_info/racecourses.asp?CourseID=25   (467 words)

 Tralee Accommodation The Farmhouse, B&B Accommodation, Spa, Fenit, Tralee, County Kerry
Tralee Accommodation The Farmhouse, BandB Accommodation, Spa, Fenit, Tralee, County Kerry
The Farmhouse is located 4km north of Tralee Town where a wide range of activities to suit all the family are available including Siamsa Theatre, indoor swimming pool, Aquadome, dancing, omniplex cinema, greyhound racing and many more.
The bed and breakfast is an ideal base for touring the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula and Killarney town.
www.thefarmhouse-tralee.com   (178 words)

 Tralee Racecourse, Horse Racing, County Kerry
Nine-furlong, left handed track, two and a half furlong home straight which is level and preceded by stiff two and a half furlong climb.
The Racecourse is located 2km outside the town of Tralee.
The first recorded racemeeting in the Tralee area was in 1767 and many different courses were used before racing moved permanently to its present location at Ballybeggan Park in 1898.
www.traleehorseracing.com   (405 words)

 Tralee Chess Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
There are different games to suit every level of player- beginners can learn how to play chess and we aim to give good players a challenging game.
Tralee Chess Club meets every Wednesday night at the Bridge Centre, Clounalour, Tralee.
There is a new host for the Tralee Chess Club website at geocities where there are more pages.
homepage.eircom.net /~traleechessclub/TCC.htm   (147 words)

 Welcome to Holiday Tralee On-Lin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Welcome to Holiday Tralee On-Line, the Internet magazine of all that is happening in Tralee and the surrounding area.
Tralee sits in the shelter of Tralee bay, with a panorama of sea and mountains stretching into the west.
Tralee town is the capital of county Kerry, the hub of its affairs and home to the internationally known Rose of Tralee Festival.
www.discoverkerry.com /holiday   (169 words)

 Hotels Kerry Ireland. Luxury hotels southwest Ireland. Hotel accommodation Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
The ornate ceilings, hand carved furniture, and fireplaces are testament to that fact.
The Main features of the Bar are two open fires, ornate ceilings, wood panelled walls and traditional leaded glass all combining to give a warm and welcoming atmosphere to Tralee's most popular and historic pub.
Our bar food menu is second to none, and offers a wide and extensive choice of excellent food at moderate prices - see sample menu.
www.grandhoteltralee.com /bar.htm   (207 words)

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