Carrygerry Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... way in. The spiral stone stair case took us up to the turrets for a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside ....... so green. The tapestries were huge and finely detailed. Outside the castle was a reconstructed village of thatch roofed stone cottages and tea rooms where we enjoyed afternoon tea.
We then made a not so quick visit to the Blarney Woollen Mills ...
... us around the island, it had been a very memerable journey. Jeff said that it was the highlight of the entire trip for him.
Next stop, Shannon. It was our last night in Ireland, I was sad to be leaving the country. The people were so sweet & really went out of their way to be accommodating, not to mention the beautiful scenery, so peaceful.
The first hotel we went to was full (here we go again), a wedding was about to begin, but the ...
... the boat!" The Irish do like to drink, especially their Guinness, although we saw a lot of wine being consumed also. Many of the people drank wine (or beer!) with their lunches we noticed. Monday is a bank holiday and Padraic informed us that the island was busy with people who came to party for the weekend. He said they have a lot of bank holidays...which are holidays for everyone (except jaunting drivers!). The next one will be in August. Complained that it was due to the unions ...
Yep, that's my name! We had a very good long sleep and slept in. we had breakfast after putting our stuff in the car and visited Kilkenny castle. Next was Cashel rock which was another castle and a smaller castle in ruins nearby. Then we had lunch, bought groceries and drove to Cork and to Blarney Stone, looked at the castle, ate dessert and drove and slept overnight in ...
... rock. Though once you’ve hiked through them, it’s apparent that there is plenty of greenery. The farmers brought in sand and seaweed from Galway Bay and used it to create the fields. They aren’t fertile enough to grow crops, but they are perfect for grazing cattle and sheep which are here in abundance. The soil is actually warm, never falling below 6 degrees C because the limestone soaks up the heat from the sun. It also absorbs rainwater ...