Castle Arms Hotel

Address: The Square, Durrow, County Laoighis, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on The Square, Durrow.
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      Cashel - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... friends. Court life was very tedious and stressful, so this is where they would escape to "play poor" in a four roomed cottage complete with a separate servants quarters. I'm not sure what their perception of the "poor" life was like. The cotrage itself was adorable. It was designed by Robert Nash, with the idea that the house should fit into the surroundings. The banisters on the balconies looked like branches of trees, not expertly carved and sanded poles. The same ...

      Only on a Farm

      A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 16, 2014

      ... night. By the time we get up to our bedroom, we need to get to sleep for the next day. But anyways. Catherine was getting out the dog to let it out in the sun and apply some medicine. Catherine, Tom, and Lynn and I sat there watching the dog get acqauinted with the land, and kind of wander around. It's too adorable. Hesba and Hansi aren't too happy, though. They were locked behind the main gate to the house. Boy were they jealous. The look on their faces was ...

      Cashel to Dublin

      A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 13, 2013

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      ... to encompass the pillar and have fingers meet. Guess he could have been a Viking. We also visited St. Kevin Cemetery in Glendalough. It was an early graveyard with both Celtic and Catholic symbols on tombstones. We had lunch in town and split a shepard's pie plate. Long days and hot nights lead to tired travelers. Almost all of us took a nap on the second part of the trip to Dublin while the driver played calm Irish ...

      Ireland's Clonmacnoise Kept the Light of Learning

      A travel blog entry by travelmpq on Sep 08, 2012

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      ... later to become high king of Ireland), about 100 years after the conversion of the country to Christianity by St. Patrick. It was a monastery and center of learning for more than 1,000 years, but its proudest age was from the sixth to the ninth centuries, a time of European anarchy after the fall of the Roman Empire. During that period, Ireland's scholars kept learning alive, and ...

      Day 14 - Cashel

      A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Sep 14, 2011

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      ... in at a time and it is pretty crowded. There is a passageway you use to enter that is about 20m long and is narrow and low. Above the entrance is a small "window" and on the day of the Winter Solstice (December 22) The rising sun shines through this window and directly up the passageway to illuminate the central chamber. It is a mystery why this was built. There were human remains found in the side chambers, but the orientation to the sun also ...