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... quite scenic through rolling hills and green fields. Drove along a scenic road beside lakes that are obviously popular with fishermen and associated villages. Arrived at Blarney Castle soon after opening time so It was not too busy. Castle is similar in design to others we have seen, with the surprisingly small rooms, this one seems a little smaller than Bunratty. I climbed the 100 or so steps up one of the towers to the top to kiss the Blarney Stone, but ...
... of which had guided us round the South West Peninsulas. We made our first stop in Mallow, after being diverted halfway round the town by roadworks. Being a Sunday, we didn't expect any coffee shops to be open, but then we rounded a corner and there in front of us was Costa Coffee and two convenient parking spaces! Chris was in seventh heaven! We were all hungry by then and ended up having toasted tea cakes and ...
... venue and saw all of the buses, we joked that it would be "Cromwell's Stampede" (akin to Dixie Stampede with Union vs CSA in a superficial civil war reenactment in the States) and we would have to sit on Protestant or Catholic sides. Or we would have to cheer for Mary Queen of Scots or Lady Jane Gray as knights chopped off heads. Nothing to joke about but that is all we've been hearing for the last week in the history of England ...
... in a rough circle about 23 m in diameter. According legend this circle tells a sad tale of merriment gone wrong, the piper and his dancers suddenly turned into blocks of stone because they were dancing on the Sabbath Day - the stones are the ossified dancers, some standing and other lying flat on the ground. One larger stone, 2 m high, stands outside the ...
... of the Public Works Office and has been since 1969. Most of the rooms we were able to view had been restored, some to their oroginal state but mostly Victorian era. It is a grand building but unfortunatley only a small section of it is open to the public. However the bits we saw were interesting and the paintings in the Grand Hall were magnificant. After our visit there we walked around the town for a bit. Kilkenny itself is not very impressive to look ...
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