The Shores Country House
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... breeding or not. Very rare and very big! The island is a garden, specially designed for the Bryce family in the 1930's. It has the usual walled garden, an Italian garden and lots of other parts. Has plants from many parts of the world, including kauri from NZ and Huon pine from Australia. Apparently they ran out of money and the grand house that was designed for the family never got built. Island was bequeathed to State by the son of the original owners. Not in ...
... where the book said, and easily recognizable from the drawing. I was really happy to find it and grabbed some happy pictures. I also spent a moment looking around the site. While the purpose of the Ogham stones is up for debate, and some may be only boundary markers or grave markers, some seem to be placed on pre-existing sacred sites, so it's worth a look around. The valley that this was in is lovely and from where I stood I had a ...
... I strolled the streets and then headed to Failte hotel for dinner. I ordered the baked supreme chicken. (Fancy). And it was delicious!! It's baked chicken on a bed of puréed cauliflower and broccoli - then covered in a ham and mushroom gravy!!! I was have tempted to lick the plate! But felt like the Germans beside me would judge me!!!! Anyway, now I'm headed to the bar for a pint and some live ...
... notes say this, "the slope down the eastern side to the deserted settlement of Arraglen is fairly steep. The path is uneven, muddy in places and care is needed." Whaaat? It should have said, the path is really scary and steep and super duper muddy and sometimes when you step into the bog it feels like some invisible creature has grabbed your shoe and doesn't want to give it up, that's what it should say. As you know Patrick is usually some steps ahead of me, but ...
... Cobh, which
is a port city in southern Ireland which is most famous for being the
last port the Titanic docked at. We walked around briefly, saw the
cathedral and the waterfront there and then headed to Cork for the
night. Cork was a large town, and fairly busy. We stayed right by a
University, which was quite large. I ran around it this morning and
was surprised by the size of it.
From Cork we headed straight for the
Blarney Castle. It was ...