Paddy's Palace Dingle Peninsula
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... by myself. Not to worry though, if it wasn't going to work out John offered to bring me home with him for the night.
Anyways, on to the sightseeing for the day. We traveled to Meath, right outside of Dublin, to see the Boyne Valley. Here I got to see Brú na Boinne, which included the Newgrange and Knowth passage tombs. These tombs are older than Stonehenge and the pyramids in Egypt. Very cool. I also can't get over how gorgeous and green everything is ...
When Henry Hoener De Mamiel, married Caroline Swifte, they moved from Brussels to take up residence in Lionsden. At some time between the birth of their eldest child, Stanislas Hoener De Mamiel and their second child, Oswald Napoleon, Captain Henry Hoener De Mamiel retired from the French army. The family moved to Ireland where they settled at Lionsden. The house had been built by the Swift family in 1788 ...
... we stumble into a town or rather village, that's not on any map but a pub with picnic tables overlooking a small beach seems the perfect setting for our picnic. The beach reminds me of Children's Beach in La Jolla where the seals congregate, only this beach is minus seals but just as small. We grab a pint and as the sun bears down on us, we gaze out at the Atlantic Ocean and watch the boys' heads bob up and out of sight as they climb over the rocky jetty. Our Dingle drive ...
... HOLY FOCK! I was like um did she really just do that??? Yes she Focking did. Not long after that, I bailed on the chatting and made my escape to the B and B. Guess who followed 5 minutes later?? I was in the living room area (only place for wifi) when she strolled in. I sat there in my phone for 10 minutes and she talked the whole time. Nonsense really. But after that I avoided her like the plague. An interesting conclusion to Day Focking Two for ...
... from around the world and was founded in 1830
The Papal Cross was erected at the edge of Fifteen Acres for the visit of Pope John Paul II on 29 September 1979.
The Wellington Monument is a 203 ft tall obelisk obelisk commemorating the victories of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.