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... Our journey continued through Avoca, a town known for its handcrafts, woollen mills and as the setting for the BBC TV series, Ballykissangel. We stopped in the continuing rain and walked the narrow main street that bisected the rows of houses and shops. The local butcher had plenty of time to himself, as few people were getting out in the rain. It didn't seem to be an issue for him as he seemed deep in concentration, reading the local newspaper. We finally approached our destination ...
... period too. The two small churches that are in ruins are from a later date, one 12th cent, the other 14th cent. The grave yard is still in use and our elderly guide has many family members buried here.
Drogheda seems a nice town, it was very busy late on a Saturday afternoon when we made a short visit. A Martello tower up on the hill, a river below and the main part of the town across the stream. Only one of the original ten city gates ...
After breakfast of excellent coffee and scones at a local coffee shop (Barb is REALLY going to miss the scones when we leave Ireland) we take a quick walk around Killarney. Nice little village with LOADS of tourist shops, we head out to Ross Castle for a quick look.
Built around about the late 15th century with extensive grounds and its own lake, we give the tour of the castle a miss on the basis that ...
Day 4: Today we continued on our travels and we are going to Waterford. When we got there we went to Waterford Cathedral. It was a nice Cathedral with some amazing history. We really enjoyed ourselves. After lunch we went to Waterford Treasures Medieval Museum. It was a nice museum with some medieval history about Waterford and the Vikings that invaded Waterford. We really enjoyed ourselves. We had a great day today and we are looking forward to ...
... on seeing where the Waterford Crystal is made and then continuing our journey to the Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney stone. For now however, I must leave you because unfortunately I think my jet lag has caught up with me. Stay tuned for more tomorrow!
In Waterford we enjoyed the beautiful work of the Waterford Crystal factory and even got to get up and close with the individuals who were making ...