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... as Spain's. Then most monuments close between 3 and 5. Its very strange. They also blame it because this is their winter months, again hard to understand coming from a town that gets two feet of snow and hardly every gets delays to call Ireland's 40 degree weather "winter."
Beside for the bummer of the tower being closed, we still had a fantastic day. We explored some gardens, and found a cute cafe where I enjoyed a great vegetable soup (yes me I had vegetable soup ...
... on the coach and we drove 90 minutes and arrived in Cashel.
In Cashel we saw the rock of Cashel. It has a castle on it, the castle was under renovations and it was raining. After seeing the rock we walked to the main town and went to a cafe for lunch. The food was good – just a burger but it was nice. Then we walked back to the coach and drove for about 1hr. Here i listened to my ipod until we arrived in Kilkenny.
In Kilkenny we went straight to ...
... sleep in a "hotelboat"! After we will travel to Belgium and Luxembourg where we are going to sleep in youth hostels. Finally, we will conclude this amazing backpack adventure in France where we are going to live in a cozy apartment located in the city center of Paris.
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... a fancy carved marble fireplace, and the library, which just looked cozy and nice. I've always wanted my own library.
After walking through the castle, we decided to get the train home because the historical sights were all closing, and we'd caught all the main ones anyway. Unfortunately, we had the most awkward train ride home. There were several older Irish women sitting behind us, and they were so drunk. They kept buying more alcohol off the trolley every time it ...
... place is very magical and very religious and you can see time stand still here with the smell of the salty air and crashing of the ocean. Mother nature is always at work and it always seems that the stones battle it out for longevity. I wonder if the people who built these structures would ever know that these would be around for centuries to come.
So into Waterford – we pulled off the side of the road to a ...