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... lanes going in and out of all the little shops. Of course we were able to help the economy every so often and drop a few euros. Stopped by St. Mary's church built in 1870 that had some gorgeous stained glass windows created in 1922. We learned that the churches and cathedrals had so many stained glass windows because it was a way to tell the Bible stories pictorially ...
... We decided that on a day with rain and wind, the only thing left to do was the Skellig Experience. N really wanted to go to Skellig Michael, but none of the boats would be running in the weather, and besides it would be far too dangerous on the island itself. J and I were never going to attempt it... look it up, you'll see why.
Next we went to Skellig Chocolates... yummy hot chocolates, perfect!
We stopped at Ballinskelligs ...
... from around the world and was founded in 1830
The Papal Cross was erected at the edge of Fifteen Acres for the visit of Pope John Paul II on 29 September 1979.
The Wellington Monument is a 203 ft tall obelisk obelisk commemorating the victories of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.
... of our next destination (and where we are writing this from)…. DINGLE.
This was the place Chloe and Loz had been talking up since first road trip talks, months ago back in Australia. We describe Dingle as a seaside Daylesford. It has a beautiful coast and all the house and pubs are close together in bright colors. The shops are all boutique, but being winter and the start of the week unfortunately not everything is open. (Maybe it’s ...
... a beautiful beach. Even though it was cold it was well worth it to see the water and the views of Ireland from the water. We walked about 3 miles along the beach taking photos. We found a grave yard off of one of the roads. After we got there the plan was to walk the stretch of the beach to the other side. We caught up to a local and he advised that there was no pub on the other side so we ended up turning around ...