Abbeyleix Manor Hotel
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... seat of power for the overkings of the area. A fortress of power from about the 4th century. Around the 10th century it was handed over to the church as a way of stopping certain descendants claiming power. It became a well known religious centre until 1647 when a Cromwellian army massacred it's 3000 occupants! The cathedral is now falling into ruin and preservation of the site is ...
... t play the last 15 minutes. I basically still haven’t seen the movie. Lynn had promised to Skype her parents, so we went back to the house around midnight to do that. I passed out on the couch, listening to her talk to her family, mention something about my afro hair, and all sorts of other stuff. And then, my friends, came the much anticipated bedtime.
Saturday, July 26
Took the morning to sleep in too late. What else would ...
... lure them back to the building. After a bit of searching, we caught our lucky break when we heard the peacock make it's peacock noise. Lynn and I split up to search some buildings. Next thing I know, I look over, and Lynn is jumping up and down to get my attention. I head over, and there they are. Three adorable chicks with their mother. We climb a gate and start trying to round them up. Catherine said that we just grab the chicks and the mother will ...
... options, though they serve you more fries than actual pasta. Visited Kilkenny castle and it's humongous green fields that Loki would've loved. Then went to Cork and spent the entire rest of the evening in the apartment of Cliona because Kevin had to do hw and it was Sunday so everything was closed anyhow. I just ate cereal, played with cliona's cat named yuki and watched ...
... 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) ...