Cashel Town Bed and Breakfast
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... tea shop called Poppies. We later discovered this cafe is listed on must visit places around this area. Next we followed a bit of the Military Road Drive. Through little places like Roundwood and Glendalough. The area around here was quite rugged, but barren. Very rocky, little greenery, no trees. Unusual for Ireland. This drive led us to the Wicklow Mountains in which there is ...
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 ...
... Tipp, but allas I had no luck. The Parish records in Golden started in 1833, which means I could have found GGG, who was born in 1837. But I already knew about him, I wanted to find his parents, Richard and Margaret. but we had no luck unfortunately. After that I decided to put the family stuff aside and go for the more accessible history. I made my way to Cahir, thinking I might take a closer look at the castle. However it was drizzling with rain and I didn't much fancy ...
... over the regions for more than 1000 years. Below the Rock of Cashel is a fallen down abby, im not sure of the history of this but it would have been stunning in its day. Although it was only a 30minute drive from Kilkenny to Cashel i was out all day. So heading back to the hotel around 7 that night for a quite dinner and a couple of quite ...
... This Abbey was first established in 1140 AD and was beautiful to take in. It is still used to hold services there so although the structures were very intriguing to see, for me it didn't give that ancient "in awe" feeling.
Surprisingly these two sites took most of our day between travel time and exploring time. On our way back we stopped for dinner ...