The Laurels B & B Kilkenny
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... you a key to go unlock the Abbey! We wandered around for about an hour, admiring the stone work and flying buttresses! Then it was on to visit the Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience. It is a reproduction of an actual famine ship that would have sailed to say America, Canada, or Australia. You can either explore on your own or take a tour. Since we were pressed for time, we wandered. It was interesting to see the accommodations that would have ...
... offered! It was a cute, true Irish town with what seemed like little tourists, and thats what I really love about it. The city itself kinda reminded me of Cork, but then you would turn down the street and a huge castle would surprise you. Unlike most of the castles that I have seen, this was a restored castle in which we were able to go on a tour. What may have usually bored me actually really caught my attention and I enjoyed learning about the history of the castle and seeing ...
... window. One plus is that I'm on the bottom bunk and with being near the window I'll never over heat. Also I have wifi in my room since I am so close to the lobby! Woot woot! It's the small things.
Anyways I got up around 7AM and got ready. I had the free breakfast the hostel provides and even met up with Kyrie (one of the Americans just as she was leaving) and then headed to the bus for 8AM. Today I went out to the Dunmore caves near the city of ...
... town hall, old city jail and the site of a public burning...the only one to be carried out in Kilkenny...however there were numerous hangings.
The city has seven churches both Catholic and Anglican...of all these 2 are Cathedrals.
Many changed from one religion to another from Henry 8th and Cromwell period.
The city has seen much political and religious tensions over the ...
... especially our friends, family and dogs. It will be a bummer to go back to reality, but like they say, all good things must come to an end. In the meantime, we’re going to do all we can to enjoy the rest of our time here.
Thanks again for reading… you’ve earned another pink elephant for getting all the way through! We hope that you are all well and we look forward to seeing everyone very soon!
Hugs to all… Slainte!
Paul and ...