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... that the sun is rising directing into the chamber. Every year, 60 lucky people get to experience the magical sunrise at the winter Equinox (weather permitting) chosen by lottery. Last year over 30,000 people entered the lottery (0.2% of being selected!) After our brief but interesting tour, we were back in the car for our 2 hour drive to the picturesque Kilkenny. We arrived around 7pm and checked into our rooms above a 200 year old pub. After plopping our ...
... we met Catherine and Robin. We changed our clothes out of the car (the day previous, Lynn had to convey to Catherine to tell Robin to rummage through our drawers to find her bikini to bring along on the trip), and met the two at the water. With some major courage and guts, we ventured out into the ice cold Atlantic waters. What fun it ended up being, swimming around in the cold ocean. So refreshing. After our cold swim, we dried, changed again outside, and headed to the pub. A ...
... Romanesque architecture.
The 67-foot-high O'Rourke's Tower is in remarkably good shape, given that Clonmacnoise suffered some eight raids by Vikings, a dozen more by warring Irish clans in the 10th and 11th centuries and destruction by invading English troops from the 12th century through the 1640s.
Also in the visitors' center is a grouping of ancient ...
... first then English..LOVE IT! came home and just don't wanna leave here.. the fireplace is on.. its a coal fireplace... wine is great and Ann-Marie made us Irish coffee's with moonshine Whiskey.. YUM. now am sitting here with a couple from MIssouri and a couple from London.. LOVE this place SOOO much ..really don't wanna check out tomorrow... LOVE YOU ALL and thanks for reading, it means so much to be able to share with you.. MISS you too! xox love T
... brilliant!" It was a moving moment to see their graves, and in such a place. Really, I have to say that I felt connected to the history of the island more profoundly than ever. Rebel songs and pub tunes had felt somewhat foreign to me until after that moment.
From Cashel, Trisha and I drove three or four hours west, including a couple pit stops, to Dingle,
passing along the way a number of ...