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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... I don't think styrofoam exists in any part of the UK, the disposable materials are mainly paper and wooden. Also, 95% of bathrooms have only a dryer! no paper towels. A lot of restaurants don't even have carry out boxes, people wrap there food in a napkins. To be honest, I don't miss any of it and I wish the US would do these small things (end of environmental rant). We traveled through the Kingdom of Munster. In the 6th century, St. Patrick ...

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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... the basics of Hurling. Hurling is a crazy sport that is a combination of field hockey, lacrosse, and rugby. It is a super fast-paced game that uses a field that is twice the size of an American football field. Everyone was super exhausted after only doing scrimmage with another person for 60 seconds - I can't imagine going at that game for 70 minutes! Kilmainham Gaol (jail) was our next stop where we had the opportunity to see where Michael Collins was ...

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 ...

Made it to Dublin!

A travel blog entry by lchsinstmusic on Mar 13, 2014

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We arrived in Dublin at 5:30 am local time (what's with these early times). I guess that's still 10 pm California time. I think the most sleep anyone got was 3-4 hours (average was 1-2), so we are all tired and bleary eyes. But we press one and see the sights of Dublin. Good thing we took pictures so we could remember that it really happened and it wasn't a dream. We will have a restful afternoon, dinner and a good night sleep and then more fun ...