Cashel Town Bed and Breakfast
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Once I feel a bit more confident driving on the roads I put the cd on. Alex and Charlotte you will laugh when I tell you our favourite song "Maggie" comes on. The other one that was funny was the "Long way to Tipperary" when I am thinking it is a long way. It took me about 3 hours! It was a lovely drive-the countryside is attractive even in winter. It is full of reds and greens, rolling hills, fields and archaic ruins and stone fences. It is a treat to ...
... a castle in the rain. You know there is going to be a wet stone staircase with little or no railing somewhere. So I decided to head for the Swiss cottage instead. The Swiss cottage was the summer house of the first Earl of Glengall, Richard Butler and his wife Emily. It was built in 1810. Now I say it was their summer house, but they never actually stayed there. The cottage is only 2km from their castle in Cahir and they would make day trips to it in the summer to ...
Good morning, Ireland! After an amazing nights rest, we wake up refreshed and with potentially stabilized bellies! Lucky for us, Emma's mom had left us some homemade gravalax (cured salmon with dill) and brown bread for breakfast. With a good meal and a refreshed state of being in general, we set off on some real castle sighting! First on our list was the all ...
... Triangle in Macroon, which is where we ate on Monday night as well. We were not disappointed on our second visit. Brittany had their tiger prawns with curry and Dave and I shared their swordfish. Both were fantastic and the service was friendly and efficient. We arrived back home at a decent time so we can rest up for whatever we decide to get into tomorrow.
... about my journey, and I am extremely thankful for them and all of their support. I miss my friends who stuck by me through everything, and who care about me as much as I care about them. The friends who know everything about me and who would be at my side in a moment, not just when it is convenient to them. I miss the comfort of having an animal around me at all times, whether it be my dog, or one of my cats. But I wouldn't trade this experience ...