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... the Treaty Stone which is now a monument on the riverfront. The historic centre is on King's Island which is bounded by the Shannon and Abbey Rivers. Limerick is very old and, although there are records dating the city to 812, there is evidence of earlier settlements. We strolled around the 1809 Courthouse - no visitors since it's still an operational courthouse - visited St Mary's Cathedral (1168, now Church of Ireland) and St John's Cathedral (Catholic) ...
... to see the Castle and Pioneer Village.
Off again and onto Limerick where we are staying the night.. Short drive for us today.
Off to find veges for dinner tonight!
PS - forgot to tell you all yesterday that Joe was wearing his All Black jersey and got stopped in the main street of Galway and asked if he was an All Black!!!
Whilst here I also met Aunty Bridget, and Aunty Julia, who are Mick's sisters, and grandad's first cousins as well.
Now family for those of you who have been here, Mick and Breda no longer live at the old family house. They live probably 20 mins down the road, still on property and they rent different sections out. Cat rents a house off them and lives at the bottom of the hill, while Mick and Breda live at the top. Aside ...
Good day, from a fine, slightly chilly Monday morning! I welcome you to the changing seasons of Ireland – shorter days, cooler weather. I even sported my new feather duvet coat, although after a little bit of walking, I learned that I am wearing it prematurely. I must not stress myself about the cold weather now, because it will only get colder as winter comes!
I feel so Irish now, talking about the weather.
Continuing on this theme, I must ...
... The town dates back to Norman times and in the early 1200s was given a charter by the King then by 1350 the site was walled and had quays and port facilities. Leaving Youghal, we travel through rich pastural countryside where dairy cows and sheep graze endlessly. There are cows everywhere over here! We arrive in Waterford, well know for crystal! the city sits on a harbour on the River Suir. It is Ireland's oldest city founded by the Vikings in ...