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... t picture my grandson dressed in a sports jacket and going to school! But, the students all looked very nice.
We walked into a pretty church, visited with the attendant and then wandered over toward the castle. We were so tired from yesterday, that we really didn't feel like doing much. The area is very pretty and I could see it would be a great place to spend time and walk trails, but that ...
... now bigger than the other cars. The trip to town took another half hour, stopping to pickup a car that he had abandoned when he had come to pick us up.
By the time we arrived at their shop, there was a new tire on the car. Now more fun begins, the very expensive insurance we have does not cover the tire or tow! So about $350 later we have enjoyed a tow truck ride and Hertz has a new tire! That was one expensive tire. We sense ...
... a stone about 12 inches from this entrance makes things tricky. I unloaded myself from all bags and coats and tried to crawl in and couldn’t manage it. I tried a few times and eventually found going in feet first at an angle on my side was the best way of getting in there. If you are claustrophobic then this tomb isn’t for you. The good news is that once you get inside there is a lot more room and you can stand up at the chamber is about 7 foot tall. ...
... the second floor and the basement kitchen and staff working area, this is only open 2-3 times a year. Next time perhaps. When the National Trust bought Castle Coole in the 1950s, the Earl of Belmont left his furniture and everything else inside. He still owns it (and he still lives in the gatekeepers cottage). False doors are a feature of Castle Coole - constructed to the Georgian ideal of perfect symmetry, bordering on the obsessive-compulsive, everything had to be done in pairs ...
... with a huge table in the middle. The out buildings needed to sustain a "home" like this are numerous. The stables, the ice house, the laundry room, the ironing room, the dairy for butter making, the forge, the carpenters workshop - the list goes on, and a lot of these were still in use in the 1950s. The walled garden and rose garden were well worth the long walk. Found the organic veg garden there as well. All voluntary. The National ...