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... a bath. We decided that we didn't want to go out for Amy's birthday dinner (especially if it meant getting the car out of the carpark) and ate in the hotel restaurant. Actually it was the Grill Bar as the restaurant was closed but we had reserved a table for 6 and were able to select from the restaurant menu. The dinner was well presented and tasted OK - except Jessamy didn't like her potted pork. We had dessert so that we had some "cake" to sing happy birthday to ...
... kneel all along. No pictures or videos allowed. That would be disrespectful anyway.
We went to supper at an Italian place near the hotel. I've not been feeling real sporty today. I'm hoping I'm just tired and traumatized digestively from those darn peas. I thought maybe a nice cheese pizza would help. Phil and Weezy had some kind of pasta with steak and compangoli sauce. Every body's food was really tasty. Phil wanted to keep ...
... into our rooms and a bit of a nap. We met for dinner and on the recommendation of the hotel we went back to the Temple Bar district to "the Quays" for fish and chips. I had a really good appetizer, a potato, onion and bacon Boxty, it's like a round hash brown but much better flavour. We came back to our hotel to the bar and listened to a fellow play guitar and sing Classic rock while we had Irish and Bailey's coffees for our nightcap. Sun with some cloud ...
... wasn't for another 2 ½ hours so I vetoed that plan and went for the old standby favourite of visiting the local park and reading. The park that was near the Gaol that I decided to visit was about an hours walk from my hostel so by the time I got back it was almost dinner time. I had thought to begin booking a few more stops in Ireland as I'd set myself a time limit by booking my next flight in case the Irish customs wanted evidence that I would be leaving ...
... the caput of the Lordship of Meath.
The Castle was used as a centre of Norman administration for the Lordship of Meath, one of the new administrative areas of Ireland created by King Henry II of England. Hugh de Lacy took possession of it in 1172.
The Castle is noted for the part it played in the filming of the Mel Gibson directed film Braveheart.