Cashel Palace Hotel
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Charming 18th century hotel. Wonderful staff, outstanding cuisine and right in the center of town. Highly recommend.
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When I woke up this morning I was feeling the results from my pre-birthday celebration from the night before at the bar with my new friends (that I would never see again) and wish I could get some more sleep. But we were anxious to head out of Dublin and start our road trip through the countryside of Ireland.
We checked out of our hotel, …
... measured differently in Europe than it is in the USA. Here, they hang laundry on anything younger than 500 years old! The Rock of Cashel is such an interesting place, and we managed to stumble onto a guided tour within minutes of arriving. The guide was hysterically funny, so we had fun. Also, there were nearly no tourist buses so we lucked out again. There is something to be said ...
... about. I dropped my bag in to get fixed (thankyou breakerinerer) and then after trying and failing to find a cheap seamstress in Dublin who has the skill to make a costume in two days (it was a big ask to be fair), I went for the shop I call costume backup. American Apparel. Only because I cannot think of anyone other than a dancer or circus girl wearing any of the clothes in there for any other reason other than a costume. Unless wearing sparkly ...
Early start to catch the ferry to Dublin. Entered Wales, Left Wales, Entered Wales again! Again no traffic trouble and roads were great. Boys getting used to seeing castles and complain when I get the camera out! A brief walk around Holyhead revealed absolutely nothing.......Roman Fort of sorts which was a wall. Sunday morning and the only people we saw where polishing their front doors! Ferry left on time and the sailing was very ...
... stunning Gothic style basilicas with gardens surrounding.
Friday I made it to the Georgian Quarter of Dublin. Blocks and blocks of Georgian row houses with the most colorful doors- giving the area its fame. We also spent some time in St. Steven's Green, and just about every other little nook we found in the city. With the morning spent wandering, the afternoon was filled with free museums and-on a whim- a tour of ...