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Für heute haben wir keine Pläne geschmiedet. Spontan beim Frühstück entscheiden wir uns, Richtung Osten zu fahren. Wir möchten uns das Rock of Cashel ansehen, eine Burg, welche im 12. Jahrhundert errichtet wurde. Nach ca. 1,5h Fahrt (und einer kleinen Verirrung) erreichen wir das imposante Gebilde. Wir haben Glück und …
... to get sailing during that week.He was looking forward to the Biscay trip as he had sailed it 20 years ago.
We had a reasonable early night after a few pints in the yacht club as we planned on leaving in the morning.
The 2 cats came into their own when the lights went out and did a bit of chasing one another around.Thornton used me as a pillow at some stage during the night but was no ...
... up, but on the south eastern side it is okay and the road surface is better. So for me, it was nice to go there, but no better than Tasmania's east coast road or the Great Ocean Road. So there!
We liked Kenmare and Macroom, lovely towns, plenty of old and historic buildings its a pity we didn't have time to stop for a longer visit. We have some great photos from old churches and forts.
... beautiful Cathedral and then down through the town. After meandering through the colourful streets we found our way into Trade Winds for some fantastic seafood and a great chat with some fellow travellers, also making their way to Kinsale for the Gourmet Food Festival and Jackie, staff at the restaurant who arranged for local taxi-man, Gerry, to give us a lift from Cobh to Kinsale!
Before departing we took a tour of the Titanic Experience set in the building of the ...
... museum features Lusitania information from the inquest, hand made lace, machines, old proclamations, and a "man trap" used to catch poachers. I really enjoyed seeing the display and hearing about the handmade black velvet cloak with intricate beadwork that women traditionally used to wear during bad weather - really beautiful. Also of interest - the shoes of the Kinsale Giant, the tallest man in the world at the time standing 8'3" and the antlers of a huge Irish ...
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