Annebrook House Hotel
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... stuck in Chicago as I type this. So, I got to spend the day all by myself (with the company of our tour driver, John). And, as any good daughter would do, I went ahead with the tour and did some sightseeing without them. Too bad, so sad, they missed the first day and will just have to oogle over my pictures. To top it off, I was driven around in my own private mini coach bus as well. Talk about a real private tour. I also got set up in a pretty sweet fancy ...
The photo of Lionsden was first shown to me by my grandmother when I was just a small girl .
The sepia photograph showed a large white house surrounded by gardens, tall trees & adorned by a large ornamental pond. My brother David has even named his house Lionsden.
For many, many years that photo always had a spot hanging on the walls of any house Ray & I lived in. Now, I have actually seen Lionsden ...
... the modern town of Kildare would most likely not be in existence.
Brigid's origins are shrouded in mystery. Historically, very little is known about one of Ireland's most treasured saints.
Kildare - legendary name
The place of sanctuary,
Where Brigid found her heaven,
And the wind is whispering from the past.
... original owners of the Castle were the O'Donnells who were successful fishermen and rulers of the surrounding lands in about 1500. We forget all the history and information; however, if you are interested in knowing look on line. It is very indicative of Irish History. One interesting bit of info is that the last O'Donnell to inhabit the castle set it on fire when the ...
... in the boisterous living and luxury of his Belvedere Home. After the death of the Earl of Belvedere in 1774, his wife was released. Not only had her features become old and haggard but she had acquired a wild, scared, unearthly look, whilst the tones of her voice, which nearly exceeded a whisper, were harsh, agitated and uneven. She ended her days in peace in the home of her daughter, Lady Lanesborough and on her death bed confirmed with solemn oath ...