Brandon House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... pieces that remained inside.
Aside from the castle, we made our way to a cathedral that had a tower that you could climb up. Unfortunately, it was closed when we got there, so I just climbed half way up on my own. It's really strange here because the Irish really don't seem to work that much compared to America. Nothing is open until around 9 or 10. Everything closes between 1 and 2 for lunch, and I mean everything. It's like Spain's siesta, but an Irish version that isn't ...
... on. Instantly, we knew Robin was highly intellectual. We were a bit intimidated by his way of talk. Whaaaat had we gotten ourselves into. But the ride was fun. We had a wonderful welcoming to the gorgeous house and brilliant family of the Greenes. Since this is happened weeks back from the time I'm typing this, there is no need for introductions I suppose. But we met Catia, Tom, Robin, Catherine, and a friend of Catia that night. Friday, June 6 - Our last night in ...
... in the grassland having fun.
We had pints at a couple of different pubs. The second one was really interesting. We met this older Irishman, that had probably had a couple pints too many, and struck up a conversation. He said there was a Sheamus Walker up the street in Deerpark, which another shop owner had already told us. He then went on to ask us about the US, our heritage, and about Cole. He was a very nice man, but was ...
... gardens, garden centre, arts and crafts area, water features, and the food wasn't half bad either; and finally we stopped at another Mill with an unusual bridge - large openings on one side and smaller on the other - if anyone can think why let me know! Lots of sights, gate spotting and walks jam-packed into the day, but none of the heavy lifting or labour I was expecting from my first day of work. I'd worn my rigger boots in ...
Left Kilkenny and travelled to the south west and south east on a bit of a cultural tour, visiting some lovely places in Counties Kilkenny, Tipperary (didn't take that long) and Wexford.
Saw plenty of castles and ruins (plenty of them), finished up on a ship.
From An La Nua we first went to a medieval town Fethard with lots of old stone stuff. Then visited a variety of "C" towns, starting with Cashel, Clonmel, Cahir and Carrick-On-Suir. ...