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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... the way I was made. I promise him to come back in Summer.
I am so glad I met him. He even tells me I need air in my tyres-one looks a bit flat. I have to drive 15mins to find a garage that can check it. Mick tells me how to get there. He reckons he is an Irish leprechaun but I think he is my Irish angel. I find the mechanic, Dave, and he looks at my car. He is another good looking bloke and very helpful. He only charges me 5 euro! I am finally ready to take to ...
... are simple enough though. Either protect the bales and stumps or knock the opponents' off. After trying out the game, we toured the historic grounds. Lord's Is one of the most prestigious places we've been to on the trip. With a strict dress code and a 27 year membership waiting list, this was a fancy establishment. Once we were done touring the ground we had a lunch break and then met with the ...
... checked out of the beautiful Tullamore Court Hotel to drive to Daingean and then to find Ballylennon. After checking out one graveyard just outside Daingean, only to find it had mostly very recent graves, we started driving down a country lane looking for a "place possibly called Ballylennon". We struck gold! We stopped off at another graveyard next to a little church that was built in 1783 and there was a lady dropping off her recycling in the ...
... s Pub next to Trinity College for some hearty pub grub. Needless to say, we also found Trinity College, the Book of Kells, and the Long Room, which is the historical collection of the college library and which is jaw dropping and not to be missed. Absolutely incredible! We happened to stumble onto Trinity on the orientation day for the Freshy class. Ah, to be a kid ...
... were little kids again! Climbing on Giant's furniture! Listening to Fairy stories! Walking through a rainbow to the pot of gold! So much fun!!!!
Us girls continued on to St. Patrick's Cathedral which is still breathtaking.
We had dinner at a place that had Traditional Irish dancing and Irish Music, then went to a club for a last few drinks with our group.