Tullamore Court Hotel
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The new centre, St Brigid's, has not yet been completed so the sisters welcomed us to their house. I was to learn that hospitality is one of the key aspects of Brigid's charism.
May arms of God be about you,
The way of Christ guide you,
The strength of the Spirit support you,
May Brigid be close to you as you journey
Went to a former monastery this morning... It had the most beautiful Celtic crosses in the cemetery and the former cathedrals & other buildings were so cool to see... They had pieces from as far back as the 8th century. Amazing.
We went to Athlone Castle in the afternoon. It was used as a fort during war time.
After the castle we went to the oldest bar in Ireland, Sean's Bar... Tried to get mom to drink and Irish Coffee, 1 sip ...
... with him, as you do, and he said he worked for the NZ Livestock Improvement A I Programme. On to the Bog Sculptures. An area that had been cleared of peat and left looking an eye-sore so locals got together to organize for artists to produce sculptures using only natural objects from the area.
On our way to Clonmacnoise we, by chance, drove over a canal. On investigating and taking a few pics we tossed a coin. Carry on or ...
... feel it cause I bought the right gear for this type of occasion! Lucky for me I had my A game and managed to score 5 over par! Good on me! Unfortunately I didn't take the camera with me. But I don't think I could have used it anyway, as the weather was pretty extreme. At one point when Matt and I were teeing off, the hail was bouncing down fairly heavily and I copped one square in the face. It was super windy as well but I enjoyed every minute of it. I'll get ...
... Another has a pattern that looked to me like the Nazca lines in Peru.
We could go just inside the opposite entrance and look down the passage, but there was an open area just beside that showing the excavations of what was an early Christian protective ditch. We could walk on the top of the mound though, quite a steep climb up to a fairly level area with a great view all around the countryside, beautiful yellow rapeseed in ...