Glendine Country House
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... an outside lane.
After finding our B&B (again no address just a name!) we headed out to dinner at Jack Meade Pub. I had sea bass, fresh, and it was great. Our waitress told us the tale - the downstairs had always been a pub but the upstairs where we were dining, used to be a "wake" (mortuary) room. People are just so nice here.
Our B&B was delightful and best of all....we had three single beds! No sharing tonight!
... so we walked through the whole mill seeing anything we wanted! Today, they were making wool lap blankets. It only took about twenty minutes to see the whole mill but another check on the, "What we would have missed by taking a bus tour," list. The blankets were a little pricy for Yeager to sleep on, which he would do first chance he got, so we passed on adding one to our haul. Fun little lunch stop and ...
... is a kaleidoscope of shades of green at the height of summer as it is now with the purple flowering heather just starting to come into bloom
At Glendalough, the glen of two loughs, is the ruins of a monastery that was first established in the 6th century by St Kevin. The oldest ruins here date from the 10th century, the round tower (top restored) and one of the small churches. St Kevin came here to live in a cave above one of the ...
On the road to Kinsale --
Here are my notes for today:
Ennis Corthy - needlework shop
New Ross - River Barrow
JFK Aboretum and Eternal Flame
Authentic reproduction of 1840 emigrant vessel.
The Dunbrody was one of eight cargo vessels commissioned by the Graves family, a merchant family in New Ross in the 1840's. The Dunbrody was launched in 1845 the year ...
... was icy and cold but not like the hail we can do in Oz!) and wind straight from the steppes of Siberia. And we had an intrepid tour guide who refused to be daunted by the elements and kept talking about the hardships of pilgrimage and explaining that the pilgrim takes it all in his/her stride as that's part of it! Ho Hum!
Those of you who have been to this place (and I have taken some of ...