Humewood Castle

Kiltegan, County Wicklow, Ireland | Castle
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This castle, located in Kiltegan, is near Browne's Hill Dolmen.
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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 ...

Belfast and the Titanic

A travel blog entry by lchsinstmusic on Mar 15, 2014

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We met at 7:30 am (seriously... We never sleep in. How's that a vacation?), loaded the coaches with instruments and people and motored our way up to Belfast. The 2.5 hour drive is beautiful, upon arrival, we motored around town for a tour of Belfast. Lots if great Northern Ireland history and seeing many sites still harkening back to a more volatile time. Then onward to Titanic Belfast for two outstanding performances (we ...

Day Five

A travel blog entry by loganriddick on Jul 10, 2013

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... at the church by the Newcastle Royal Castle outside Dublin. Edward fathered William Livesly who fathered Dorcus Barbara Livesly who was the mother of Dorcus Hepenstol. Hepenstol is a Germanic name. She mothered Dorcus Barbara Price who married Henry Cassidy (we saw his grave too). His father was James Cassidy was married to an Emily... Cassidy is a Gaelic name. Cassidys were originally protestant. Robert Cassidy was the third son of Henry Cassidy and after ...

Kilmainham Gaol

A travel blog entry by kingmilo on Jul 09, 2013

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... 1796, decommissioned as a prison in 1924 and opened as a museum in the early 1980's. During the Great Famine, there would be 5 men to a cell; women and children were ...

Sailing to Ashford

A travel blog entry by kingmilo on Jul 05, 2013

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I'm not a "princessy" kind of gal, but the idea of waking up in a castle on my 60th birthday really appealed to me. And to do it in one of the countries of my origin (I'm a mutt, but Irish figures strongly, at least half) sounded like a great idea.