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... oldest one I found was 1534, but lots were so old the engraving had been washed off the headstone by the rain).
Because of its wealth, Glendalough was often the target for raids by Vikings looking for gold, copper, lead and slaves. When they were attacked the monks would lock the sick or elderly monks in the bell tower and the fit monks would run into the hills to hide so they wouldn't be taken as slaves. The door of the bell tower was about 14 feet above ...
... beautiful and green, very rugged in parts and also quite primitive and behind the times in terms of technology and agriculture. From what we saw it was beautifully simple and the places we stayed had recently only just switched from dial up to broadband and even though the wifi was terrible it was a welcome break away from the outside world and that of multimedia. The people we met along the way were all ...
... and found a pub for a couple of drinks. There was a good guitar performer in the pub. After that, we headed back to our room. This evening we had dinner at Searson's pub. Val and I had a nice lamb dinner and Laura had chicken wings; and I had a Guinness of course! We are back in the room now packing for tomorrow when we will leave for ...
... the victims of the great famine and for the there descendants who have done so much to build Canada. Then we headed down to Temple bar which is a famous bar in Dublin. It was built in1840 and is a heritage pub and full of memorabilia from years gone bye. It was absolutely packed we were supposed to meet the others but we could not find them so we had a drink and then went to O'Sullivan's pub for our Irish coffee and caught the shuttle back to the ...
... the most successful breeder of the time. In 1915 the farm and all its stock was gifted to the Crown and became The National Stud under the leadership of Sir Henry Greer. In May 2011, Queen Elizabeth attended the Stud, to see where the winners of five Classics for her family were produced. Ireland is the third largest breeder of thoroughbreds in the world.
Horse Racing Ireland is a State body and ...