Glendine Country House
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Yes, we had high winds thanks to the tail end of the hurricane! Something I never thought I would experience in Ireland.
But after leaving Dublin and traveling through the beautiful Wicklow mountains we left the winds behind.
We visited the Monastery - which was a great experience. A real step back in in time!
At New Ross, ancestral home of the Kennedy's, we visited the Dunbrody famine ship which ...
... not eating dinner - just enjoying fruit, cheese and tasty rolls. If you don't believe me take a look at the pictures of our lunch. I had honey glazed ham, which was two huge thick slices, a serving of cooked cabbage, carrots and a bowl, (yes I said bowl) of boiled potatoes.
After a walk around the town, we stopped in at the grocery store for supplies and headed home. On the way, we stopped by the Callan Golf Course so Harry could get ...
... and make new products to match. Same with the carpet, in this case the receipt for the original was found amongst the papers, it has come from Izmir in Turkey. The company is still in business and still have the pattern on file so they could make the massive new carpet that was need to replace the old. Then there are the pelmets over the windows, in this place they are carved and gilded so a specialist company in Dublin that does gilding scored out, as there were a ...
The hotel last nite did not have air conditioning. England has been unusually hot at high 80s degrees for several days. All on our tour look tired from difficulty sleeping. Our side of hotel closed windows to keep out traffic noise...where were people going all nite? Those on other side were kept awake by seagull calls alternating with recorded gunfire that was supposed to keep them away. Found out later that we should have had ...
... into the hills where the landscape, in Eugene's words, "gets lunar". Pretty impressive, though the traffic further on was less so, as Blessington's annual tractor run filled the road and diversions made the road to Enniscorthy hard to get to. Eventually, grumpiness at an empty stomach made me turn round, eventually cheered up by cake from a shop and much cheered, as the rain poured, by checking in to the Glendalough hostel with a ...