Travel Blogs from Kells, Ireland

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The Cliffs of Moher...and more, Kells, Ireland travel blog

The Cliffs of Moher...and more

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... a bite to eat and finally bought the next book in the series I've been reading, also so we could say we ate in Ireland's Ennis, haha.       We wanted to get to the Ring of Kerry tonight so we drove for the rest of the ...

History At Every Turn, Kells, Ireland travel blog

History At Every Turn

A travel blog entry by no-moinutah

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... nbsp; We relax on the back patio and enjoy ourselves. We walk down to the Tourist Information (TI) office for some guidance around Kells.  On the way, we meet up with the gentleman from earlier.  As he was leaving the nearby hotel, he met ...

6. Kells Priory, Kells, Ireland travel blog

6. Kells Priory

A travel blog entry by flyrina

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... 't realize was what it was until later - the Kells Priory is one of the largest and most impressive medieval monuments in Ireland. The Augustine priory is situated alongside King's River beside the village of Kells. One of its most striking feature is a ...

May 30, 2012, Kells, Ireland travel blog

May 30, 2012

A travel blog entry by keeno54usa

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Dinner with Friends, Kells, Ireland travel blog

Dinner with Friends

A travel blog entry by amyanderson

I spent the weekend visiting Ross in Ireland, and we decided to meet up with friends, Martin and Helena, and Padraig and Caroline, for dinner in Kells.  We went to a lovely bistro and went to a proper country pub for drinks afterwards.  We spent ...

Kells Church and Round Tower, Kells, Ireland travel blog

Kells Church and Round Tower

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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This is where the book of Kells was written. The Round Tower is still in pretty good shape. Couldn't get in to get closer shots of the high crosses. ...

Starting the journey from Kells, Kells, Ireland travel blog

Starting the journey from Kells

A travel blog entry by dublinjames

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Kells and Bettystown Beach, Kells, Ireland travel blog

Kells and Bettystown Beach

A travel blog entry by dannjess

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... of each day since the days are so long! The Abbey of Kells (Mainistir Cheanannais in Irish) is a former monastery located in Kells, County Meath, Ireland, 40 miles north of Dublin. It was founded in the early ninth century, and the Book of Kells was kept ...

Will the Real Kells Please Stand Up?, Kells, Ireland travel blog

Will the Real Kells Please Stand Up?

A travel blog entry by ryanhaber

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... of the fabled Book of Kells.  Two nights ago, when I went onto Wikipedia and found out that not only were there several Kells in Ireland (perhaps more than four - who can say?) but also that we had gone to the wrong one, you can imagine how aghast I ...

The First Kells Was Better, Kells, Ireland travel blog

The First Kells Was Better

A travel blog entry by ryanhaber

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So we woke up in our rooms this morning, had breakfast, and went out to find the ruins of the real Kells monastery. Unfortunately, there aren't any.  At least, there aren't many.  The monastery was dissolved during some church reforms in the ...

An Old Haunt Indeed, Kells, Ireland travel blog

An Old Haunt Indeed

A travel blog entry by ryanhaber

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... bought us food for the day's meals, so I showered at the hostel and off we went.  First stop, Kells.  Now, there are a few Kellses in Ireland, apparently, but we went to the Kells, as in the priory from which the Book of Kells was ...

Homemade sweets, Kells, Ireland travel blog

Homemade sweets

A travel blog entry by dublinjames

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