Kilkenny House Hotel
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Nice and quiet and independently run.
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... on and into Cork and found the Gabriel House B&B. It was a large multi story place built on the side of a steep hill overlooking the port. A large car park offered off street parking accessed via a narrow entrance. The lass at reception was friendly and helpful. She asked we pay up front which was unusual. There was an ice machine in the foyer and she gave us a pint glass for the ice and a couple of other glasses for the G&T's we were to have in our room. We asked about ...
... sheep" to bring home to Carol, but they were just too quick for her! But she tried. (I'll post some video of her failed attempt) From Kells Priory, we zipped north to Kilkenny, which is an adorable town, with some great stores, many of which were closed since it was Sunday. Baylor mapped out which ones we needed to hit in the morning, and we grabbed a quick bite at the Marble City Bar (no pints w/ lunch!) After lunch we decided to walk over to Kilkenny ...
... delicious, rice pudding creme brulee. If I could get rice pudding creme brulee at home I would be in heaven. I could never give up my beloved cheesecake, but that dessert was something fabulous. There was even a little side street named Pudding Lane that we walked by, how charming.
Tomorrow we are off to our first and final destination city, Dublin. Here's to the Guinness that I will soon be drinking!
... times to rest.
Me and my trusty walking pole.
View from the Miner's Ruins with rock slides on the right.and ...
What an awesome day!
We said good-bye to Clontarf Castle, grabbed breakfast at the Cappuccino Bar in the Temple Bar area, met some new friends at the Black Rabbit and struck out across the city for one last mission.
Internet research revealed what Museum informants could not: The Book of Ballymote, along with other, precious manuscripts, is held at the Library of the Royal Irish Academy.
Every day the library ...