Humewood Castle

Address: Kiltegan, County Wicklow, Ireland | Castle
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This castle, located in Kiltegan, is near Browne's Hill Dolmen.
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Day 8: traveling to Southern Ireland

A travel blog entry by stephygirl on Aug 15, 2014

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... King of Munster to Christianity on the rock that we are traveling to now, called the rock of Cashel. The rock of Cashel first gained its importance as a fortress. It's origins of centre power date back to the 4th and 5th centuries. In 1101, the current king gave the rock of Cashel to the church. By doing this he advanced himself as a church reformer and deprived some of his old enemies. Next we are on our way to the Blarney stone. By kissing the ...

Long day of travelling!

A travel blog entry by andyandaisling on Jul 18, 2014

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... pharmacist. But we were blessed as we moved through four stages of security without an issue. So onto the long haul flight, Andy was gutted by the poor selection of movies (basically he had already seen all of them), but thankfully had downloaded multiple episodes of Veronica Mars onto the iPad which has kept us both ...

Gaol, GAA, and Dublin

A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jul 02, 2014

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... where the people responsible for the 1916 Easter Uprising were executed. We managed to fit about 40 people inside one jail cell, and even took a Cell-Fie! On the way there, we passed what Calum affectionately referred to as Guinessland. The factory where they make Guiness is HUGE! They make 10 million pints a day! What's more interesting is the fact that 4 million pints are consumed by the Irish on a daily basis! After the jail, we went to the Gaelic ...

First day on the road

A travel blog entry by roadmonkey on May 22, 2014

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... consequences....well, so far anyway. Drove south from Dublin to Glendalough, the ruins of a 6th century Christian ecclesiatical settlement. There was a stone church and some other buildings, a cemetery and a superb round 100' bell tower which is completely in tact. It was a delightful short walk along and over a small river and then back to the car. Everything is so beautiful and green (many shades of green) and it is the end of spring so ...

Top of the morning to ya

A travel blog entry by janetkerrigan on Nov 16, 2013

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... around the shops for a few hours and then met the boys for a few bevies.

We then went to a French restaurant (yes French in Ireland!), Chez Max, for dinner. When we arrived back at our hotel, there just happened to be a pub next door which was playing some live Irish music, so we found a table and set-up in there. The drinks were good, the music was great and the company was excellent!

The next ...