Baileys Hotel Cashel
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... good, I had spicy tikka.
We loaded the bus and then headed out to the Wicklow mountains for a picture opportunity. We passed through Hollywood and everything!!! Too funny! A town changed their name from Holywood to Hollywood and a local farmer even built a sign. On our way to the mountains we also went past the "P.S I Love You" bridge where Hilary Swank meets Gerald Butlers character in the movie!
We made it to the top of a big hill (or ...
... sign in the hill behind it. The village has 1 school and 1 small shop, but 3 pubs hahaha.
John and Kay live in a beautiful home over looking beautiful green Ireland. They have an awesome veggie patch growing in the back yard and an area where they grow Christmas Trees!
Tomorrow we are attending a Christening of one of the grandchildren.
When in Glendalough
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Good morning, Ireland! After an amazing nights rest, we wake up refreshed and with potentially stabilized bellies! Lucky for us, Emma's mom had left us some homemade gravalax (cured salmon with dill) and brown bread for breakfast. With a good meal and a refreshed state of being in general, we set off on some real castle sighting! First on our list was the all ...
Up and at 'em early. Packed our bags to leave Dublin. (Why is it that even when you haven't bought anything, you can't seem to fit eveything back into the suitcase??? Yes, somehow we're not as efficienton the road. Alas, but we got it all in and on the bus. I'm very excited about our first stop: the National Stud. Its a stud farm run by the state and they've had several champions over the years. There are other stud farms in the area owned by ...
... headed the right way but made a wrong turn at first, and ended up on a two-way, single-lane road with hedges on both sides, no place to turn around. Just practicing for later when that's what our neighborhood roads are like when we stay outside Lisdoonvarna. We did eventually find the parking lot, and then climbed the very steep hill to this site, at which history has been unfolding since at least 5th century BC, when it became the seat of the ...