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... It was probably the entombment mound of Sláine, the Fir Bolg King.
The mound also has fascinating alignments with other prehistoric sites, and in mythology may have an astronomical connection.
I had great fun exploring the ruins; lookout for the carving of a reptilian dragon, see if you can catch a glimpse of the gargoyle staring at you.
Here's another story line to add to Norma's list of sites and sounds on our trip. Previously I mentioned Harry Potter and the Beatles. Norma's sister, Debra, sent her a message, "You know what a foodie I am, how about something on what you are eating." With that intro, the location for our short food spread is a cafe, part of the Trim Castle Hotel, in Trim Ireland, 15 miles from Dublin, and the site of the ...
... was placed at the door when guests came to visit. A dark color to the contents of the bowl meant that the host's, the nobleman's, table fare was nutritious and bade all assembled to eat heartily.
This at the front of the castle across the street from the Trim Castle Hotel, used in a previous travelogue 'foodie' episode, is the only solid mention of the filming that took place at the castle. When we visited, one man on the tour said he lived 30 ...
... by myself. Not to worry though, if it wasn't going to work out John offered to bring me home with him for the night.
Anyways, on to the sightseeing for the day. We traveled to Meath, right outside of Dublin, to see the Boyne Valley. Here I got to see Brú na Boinne, which included the Newgrange and Knowth passage tombs. These tombs are older than Stonehenge and the pyramids in Egypt. Very cool. I also can't get over how gorgeous and green everything is ...
After 2nd night in Portrush:
The A2 is a major road in Northern Ireland, a considerable length of which is often referred to the Antrim Coast Road because it follows the scenic coastline of County Antrim.
The Antrim Coast Road starts in the busy port town of Larne and hugs the coast for thirty miles to the small ...