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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to any stranger in need. So well known was their hospitality the invading English army pretended to be a hunting party in search of food and drink and they actually knocked on the door and asked to be let in. And that's not the Blarney Stone talking!
As well as climbing, ducking, waiting and walking to the Blarney Stone you actually have to sort of hang upside down to reach it. It's quite bizarre and a very unnatural position to ...
... been the source of red bricks for many cities in England and around the world. Next stop was at Belvelly Castle, a ruined keep castle once owned by Walter Raleigh. While taking photos the ship's captain and another officer came by on their bikes and stopped for a chat. There was a lovely old stone arched bridge here and a 19th century Martello tower. Continuing around the island, we stopped at the Old Church (Clonmel) Cemetery ...
Day Four began with...what else....a delicious
cooked-to-order breakfast. And Kate insisted on sending the leftover
scones and most of a loaf of banana bread with us "in case you get
So just down the road to Clonmacnoise. G had visited before but there
always seems to be something new to see. E's Sleepy Bear from her
babyhood had stowed away so we got her picture in the Pope's ...
... I have experienced this in Cobh and it was a memorable moment.
As the ship turned on its way to the Irish Sea, we saw the Irish Naval base (no ships at home) and a sailboat followed us for some time waving goodbye.
I have decided that the little town of Cobh is one of my favourite places to visit. It reminds me of the Irish saying, "You're as welcome as the flowers in May."
... hour late because of a flat tire so we could have slept in later but we would have never known. We also went to Killarney first to transfer to a bus leaving from there while the bus we came on was going on the ring of Kerry. Our bus driver was great, we've only had a couple that we're wonderful. The dingle tour was not one main attraction, it had a lot of little stops to look at that we're gorgeous. We went to Inch beach, it was ...