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Aside from the castle, we made our way to a cathedral that had a tower that you could climb up. Unfortunately, it was closed when we got there, so I just climbed half way up on my own. It's really strange here because the Irish really don't seem to work that much compared to America. Nothing is open until around 9 or 10. Everything closes between 1 and 2 for lunch, and I mean everything. It's like Spain's siesta, but an Irish version that isn't ...
... car to have a good Irish name, so he calls her Dearbhorgaill. Vivian wants to call her Shanna after the girl at the Cows Lane Designers Studio. At first, driving on the left side of the road was nerve-wracking, especially for Vivian. It was terrifying for her to be sitting in the passenger seat with no control while whizzing so close to the sidewalks and the parked cars on the left side of the road. Tom, on the other hand, was having a lot of fun driving on the left with ...
Today Flat Stanley drove from the Dingle Peninsular to Killkenny stopping on the way to visit the Rock of Cashel. Seat of the ancient kings of Munster, this where St. Patrick baptized King Aengus in A.D. 450. Cashel evolved over the centuries into an ecclesiastical center featuring Gothic and Romanesque ...
... set off to do a day of exploration. First stop is at Kells Priory. Kells Priory is one of the largest and most impressive medieval monuments in Ireland. The Augustine priory is situated alongside King's River beside the village of Kells, about 15 km south of the medieval city of Kilkenny. A very impressive site. We spend a good deal of time here and have a chat to the caretaker who told Rod that girlie ...
... delightful cod, and I chose the lamb, being in Ireland and all. Our meal came with potatoes cooked four different ways-all delicious. We've been spending our time in the library, taking after dinner tea and enjoying the fire. The Irish wolfhound, Mr. Higgins, mixes gently with the guests. Luckily, he's not overweight, otherwise he could easily knock Kim over, since he comes up to her hips. Tomorrow we are off to the Dingle peninsula to search for the elusive berry ...
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