Tir Na Nog Bed & Breakfast
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... an easy walk to the site of the old monastery, which was surrounded by many timeworn Celtic crosses. Walking around the old ruins was interesting and it sparked up our imagination of how they lived back then.
Now we were headed to the small town of Cashel, located in the county of Tipperary. The sun had come out and it was a beautiful day to be driving in the countryside and getting lost! This is where I had been ...
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 ...
... displays were interesting. FYI: you could have also used your ticket for a free soft drink or lager. Those who chose not to do the tour went shopping. All of our tour mates took the optional tour of the Dinner and Irish Cabaret at Taylor's Three Rock. There was some river dancing, some singing, some vaudeville with standard dinner for 300 along long tables. Kind of a cross between River Dance and the Grand Ole Opry. When we pulled ...
... is a market town on the Cork-Dublin road with a history of royal and religious power. From 370 until 1101 it was the seat of the King of Munster. St Patrick was said to have arrived here in 432 and plucked a shamrock to explain the mystery of the Trinity. Today, it's a lovely town bustling with B&B's, lovely historical hotels, and shops. We are staying at the Cashel Palace Hotel which was built in 1730 to ...
... built in the 12th & 13th centuries, the land around it was all forested. Nothing but the green plains now, which makes it difficult to visualize.
The history and significance of the site is once again effectively communicated by the OPW guide. Dave manages the large group very well. I had read some reviews where the renovations being performed at the site had caused a ...