Treacys Hotel Waterford
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It was a sad morning today when I realized it was our last day in Ireland. This country has become my favorite of the four we’ve visited so far. It’s absolutely beautiful here! Today’s trip will take us to the countryside south of Ireland and it’s a sunny day! Our first stop today was Kilkenney and the castle there. …
... poets and authors, and eaten our way across this isle. Of course, religion is an integral part of the Irish society, so we couldn’t leave out visiting St Patrick’s centre to learn his impact on this country, and to finish with a viewing of the historic “Book of Kells” atTrinity College in Dublin. The Irish are also proud of their construction of the Titanic, so we spent some time exploring this intriguing museum, after walking ...
... were dropped off near O'Connell street, and since I have started to orient myself I knew how to get home. I stopped by a few shops along the way. I found the Irish version of Primark called Penny's. I went in to replace my sunglasses that I broke and walked out with nothing since I forgot what I went in for and only just now remembered why I went in. I also went into Carroll's the big Irish retailer and bought myself a knitted wool scarf. My one souvenir of this ...
... sign in the hill behind it. The village has 1 school and 1 small shop, but 3 pubs hahaha.
John and Kay live in a beautiful home over looking beautiful green Ireland. They have an awesome veggie patch growing in the back yard and an area where they grow Christmas Trees!
Tomorrow we are attending a Christening of one of the grandchildren.
When in Glendalough
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We had a good breakfast at Killarney and off driving through County Cork. We see lots of reforestation which started after WWII as the forests in Ireland and Scotland were denuded of trees to feed the Industrial Revolution. We're stopped on the way to Cork - a car is on its roof, 6 buses ahead of us! Traffic is getting through the other way but we've turned around due to great driving by Neville and going a different way - a way no coach has gone before as we've left the main road. ...