Teac Watties Bed and Breakfast

Address: 14 Dominic Street, Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on 14 Dominic Street, Cashel, is near Rock of Cashel, Brú Ború Heritage Centre, Athassel Priory, and Ahenny High Crosses.
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Cashel - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 08, 2014

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Today I saw some more of that fine Irish weather. The rain was off and on all day so it made for a good day stay inside. No I did not spend the day in the pub....have a little faith. To start with I headed to Thurles, Liam had suggested I go there to search the archives for family records. On the way I came across Holy Cross abbey in the town of....Holy Cross. Back int the 1200's the monks in the abbey received a piece of the true cross and their little abbey became a place ...

Happy 50th Birthday To Me!

A travel blog entry by liebling on Sep 17, 2014

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... because the mother I went on that trip with doesn't exist any more and I miss who she used to be, terribly. She was a lot of fun, laughed a lot and nothing got in her way. It has made me realize how the mother really is the foundation of the family & we need to take care of ourselves.

After our walk it was time to go to dinner. We were given a romantic table next to the fireplace that had a small fire going. ...

Cork to Kilkenny (Cobh, jameson.)

A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 29, 2014

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Another big day planned, got up at 7am, showered, dressed, did some packing. The before breakfast used the WiFi, downloaded and sorted pictures from the camera. Uploaded pictures to Facebook, then went to breakfast, ate and returned to the room. Once in the room, got ready for the day, finished packing and then took bags to coach. We left at 9am heading to Cobh. It was a 30 minute trip and we arrived. Cobh, the place where the Titanic's last port of call was. We ...

Between a rock and a hard place

A travel blog entry by tina.hayden on Jul 26, 2013

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... known as Fairy Hill, or Sid-Druim, the "Rock" was, in pagan times, the dun, or castle, of the ancient Eoghnacht Chiefs of Munster. In Gaelic Caiseal denotes a circular stone fort and is the name of other places in Ireland. The "Book of Rights" suggests that the name is derived from Cais-il, i.e. "tribute stone", because the Munster tribes paid tribute on the ...

Real Irish Weather

A travel blog entry by no-moinutah on May 31, 2012

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... aren't heavily motivated to stop and walk around anywhere along the way. Back in Birr, we find a second-level café above the main street shops, The Loft Café. Tea and bread & butter pudding sits well on a day like today. We get back in car and just drive east toward Kinnitty. We take a detour route for the Slieve Bloom Way, which I know takes us through part of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. I’m just ...