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Travel Blogs from Kilcummin
... ice cold walk to the upper lake and back.
Since St Kevin is the patron of this monastery every little shop is named after him - Kevin felt special in this place. From here we drive up to the Wicklow pass and by now it is really snowing - I am so excited that I get out to feel it on my skin - it is very, very cold!!
The next stop is ...
... t need a lot of technology when I’m in Ireland. We stumbled on, exhausted to Cahir.
It was noon and way too early to be checking in to a B&B but I saw Breda just as she was leaving to take her mother to hospital (we learned that later). She insisted on showing me the room and offering us tea and by the time I got back out to the car, Jenny had fallen asleep again. Opening the door nearly caused Jenny to leap through the windshield as if she had awoken to find ...
... castle at night.
We went to the Lismore Experience, advertised as a audio-visual experience which proved to be basically a film with some extra displays. The lady at the counter referred to it as a filum which is what Kim Hill always says. We were the only people when she turned it on but three other groups arrived as we were watching. I am not sure we would have bothered to go it we had known it was a film but it was well done. It went into the history of the town and ...
A medieval monastery in a remote spot along the River Shannon. Founded in 545-548. A group of stone churches, a cathedral, two round towers, and three high crosses remain. The Pope also held a mass here.
Nearby, there also is a ruined castle just outside the grounds.
... St. Declan's well and St Declan
s church yard, which WAS exactly as we had pictured it from the stories, so the visit was a success after all! = )
By the time we had traipsed through the graveyard and had taken a stone from the wall, we were beginning to think about lunch. We all piled back in the car and drove to Youghal to search for a ...