Baileys Hotel Cashel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cashel
... We had a good laugh and I met some of the locals. Everyone in Ireland seems to love the Australians.
He pays for the meal and I try to stop him-I feel bad as I had invited him out. The waiter laughs and tells me that is the biggest way to insult an Irishman. I excuse myself based on the fact that I am Australian-we all laugh. Mick says it is not everyday he gets to take a pretty young thing out. We all laugh again. I am very grateful for his generosity. He ...
... A nice young man by the name of John O'Gorman helped me search through the Taithe aplotments, a register of the farmland in the region for valuation and tax purposes on 1832. At this time my GGG wasn't around but his dad, Richard might have been. He did warn me that some records are incomplete or do not exist, such was the excellent record keeping at the time. We did find a piece of land in Mantlehill, Golden for a John McGrath, which may have been Richard's brother ...
It was a day for a drive in the country. Hitting the road in search for the Rock of Cashel. This site is one of Irelands most spectacular archaeological sites. The "Rock" is a prominent green hill, one you can not miss a soon as you turn the corner in to Cashel. Banded with Linestone outcrops it rises from a grassy plain on the edge of the ...
From Rock of Cashel we were able to view an intriguing stone structure that unfortunately, was on private property so we were unable to explore it. Thankfully I have a decent zoom lens and was able to take some great pictures of it though. Once we made it home this evening I looked online to see what the structure is and came across a ...
... journey so far and see multiple moments where something has actually taken my breath away, something has imbedded it's mark in my brain. I think of who I was before I left, and how much I cared about what other people thought, and how some people walked away at the smallest problems when I needed them most. I am grateful for everyone who hurt me, because I see a direct line between those moments and where I am today. If I was still at school in ...