Glendine Country House
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... he mentioned was the International Youth Hostel, the one I had turned my car around in, so I decided to stay there the night. I felt a bit better, now that I had a place to stay in the Irish countryside. It was time for a walk.
I passed the craft shop, hotel(which also works as the restaurant), and came to the Visitor's centre. I got a map there and decided to do some of the walks around their National Park. I visited the ruins from the pilgrimage of Saint ...
... to support an estate and he donated it to the government. The whole estate is now in the possession of the Irish version of our Department of Agriculture. They have opened the grounds up as a park with an agricultural museum, and quite a bit of Agra research on the estate. A nice diversion for a few hours.
... ceilings, but little else to offer except a display of some clothes from the latter part of the 18th century.
Perhaps the nicest of the Stately Homes we visited is Emo Court. Building started here in 1795 and continued well into the 1800’s. It stayed in the one family until around 1920 when that family relocated back to England because of the troubles here. Jesuit Monks bought the house and used it as a Monastery from sometime in the ...
Day 3 Drove to Glendalough and explored Wicklow mountains. I did so much walking that the base of the toes on my right foot started hurting whenever I put weight on it. Glendalough was a monastic settlement where saint Kevin lived. No idea who that was, but apparently he was important. After leaving Glendalough we drove the entire military road back to South Dublin. We ate at "la pizza" on o'connell street, and went straight back to agata's ...
The day started out with our Rottweiler visitors coming to our window to say good morning. I think it may have been the smell of the bacon that I had cooked earlier that lured them in. After they had their pets through the window Dave went off to shower while Brittany and I finished getting ready for the day. All of a sudden our front door pops open and in run the Rotties, happy as can be. The handle on the door is a lever one, Riggo knows how ...