Cross Square Hotel
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... It certainly saved time as we were on the outskirts of town and on the M1 going north with minimal traffic. We had a late lunch in a large service station off the M1 then drove north for about 60kms at the 120KMH speed limit. Once of the M1 we started to see snow on the side of the road and in paddocks that were in shadow. At our destination in Castleblayney, we turned down the wrong side street which gave the kids an opportunity to play ...
... It was probably the entombment mound of Sláine, the Fir Bolg King.
The mound also has fascinating alignments with other prehistoric sites, and in mythology may have an astronomical connection.
I had great fun exploring the ruins; lookout for the carving of a reptilian dragon, see if you can catch a glimpse of the gargoyle staring at you.
... flutist, singer and a Bodhran drummer, a traditional Irish drum. The dancing, two couples in traditional Irish costume, perfectly compliment the music; their feet beating and clogging the rhythm of the songs. They move incredibly fast and kick high enough to touch their nose. It's the perfect end to a day of ancients and traditions.
... herd them right, another herd them left, and certain whistles told him to either use more force or back off. He whistled once and the dog bursted off running far off into the field behind the flock of sheep. The point of the sheepdog is to trick the sheep into thinking they are being stalked by a wolf, their predator, and after catching sight of the "wolf" they all travel as a group in the opposite direction. More directions were given and the dog came ...
... the path to the other side, finding an amazing photo spot overlooking the mountains, the castle, and the village behind it. It was such a beautiful, cool day and it made all the difference in enjoying this cute setting. I wouldn't have minded stopping a little longer for lunch so I could really explore the small town, but there was more on the agenda for day ...