McCourts Townhouse

John Street, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny, Ireland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Kilkenny

    Kilkenny update

    A travel blog entry by beaschoenck on Sep 12, 2014

    ... of it as well. I found a hostel to stay at which is ridiculously empty but it's alright. I'll don't mind being by myself but I enjoy company more. Thinking of that I have definitely changed my mind of constantly being by myself. A year ago I would have done everything to be by myself but right now I love having someone to share my stories, memories and moment with. Have a fantastic Friday ...

    A Day in Kilkenny

    A travel blog entry by ginni53 on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... along with a cold beer/cider. We followed the main road, went up the steps and arrived at St. Canice's Cathedral (Church of Ireland). It's a lovely place with many stained glass windows to which my phone camera did not due justice.
    Charlie, Steve and Beth went up the 121 steps to the top of the tower next to the cathedral. Beth made it to the 114 step when the 'steps' became little carved out footholds in the side of the tower. This is the ...

    Hiking in Glendalough—an Uphill Trek

    A travel blog entry by timsandy on Sep 13, 2013

    ... along the lake then it starts to go up. We both had on our hiking shoes, some water and snacks in the backback and I had my one ...

    Abbey's, churches, towers and more

    A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Mar 17, 2013

    24 photos

    ... Cantwell Fada" (long man). This statue of a Norman knight in full armour is carved from a single slab of limestone. It is over two metres in height and is the tallest such effigy in Ireland or Britain. The Knight has his legs crossed (possibly signifying that he had been on the Crusades), and wears a fine suit of chain mail, spurs and is accompanied ...

    Shakespeare Meets West Africa

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Aug 15, 2012

    ... watching the same thing. The first women’s boxing, and a chance for a winner, the only winner? Irish pride! And proud they were. People stopped everything and watched the match. A friend of mine was at the gym and even he said the entire room got deadly quiet during the match as everyone watched. Now, posters congratulating the win are hung up everywhere. I even saw one in the post office today. Katie Taylor did her country proud. And I missed ...