Abbeyleix Manor Hotel
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... sprint at least the length of the football field to make the train since the next one wasn't until 2 in the afternoon. This sprinting to make things has become a theme of the trip and everyone stares at the crazy Americans, but hey we made it and got our workout in for the day!
For this adventure, it was just Julia, Fran, and I. The others either had class or didn't want to wake up early, so we had the day to explore with each other. I love traveling and sight seeing ...
... we needed in our two weekend packs and a small duffle bag, for over a month of traveling and working, we did a solid job. Sometime during our packing, we took a break to cook up some fajita vegetables – zucchini, potatoes, onions, garlic, roasted red pepper, tomatoes, throw in some rice, all with a delicious fajita packet seasoning. Add in nachos and salsa, and take out the disappointing squeeze-tube guacamole, and you’ve got a badass ...
... Kilkenny hotel) checked in, got our bags and went to the rooms. I unpacked, finished sorting my pictures, got ready for the night – we were going to a karaoke bar after dinner and we were dressing up in green – the Irish color. However before the night activities we had an optional walking tour of Kilkenny.
The guide picked us up from the hotel, walked across the bridge, past the castle and into town. We walked around the old town, heard some history, ...
... Youki, “THE COOK” of the place but I’m happy for them. I will keep a good
I’m excited because next week I’m going to
Galway and also to Doolin to see the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands and also to
try the nightlife experience of this nice city. Saturday I’m going to join
Louivic at Dublin early in the morning to catch the first buss.
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... Joe's "I have waterproof trousers in the car". All visitors are asked to go via the centre, then bussed to the monuments. We started at Knowth. Newgrange is the more famous, and has a safe passage to allow you to walk in, but Knowth is actually the bigger, with megalithic art everywhere. It took 13 years to excavate Newgrange, but 40 for Knowth, some difference. These huge mounds, formed by making the one (Newgrange) and two (Knowth) ...