Central Hotel Tullamore
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... to our B&B--Kajon House. G had chosen based mostly on proximity to Clonmacnoise
and it was an inspired choice. We knew we would be exhausted on our
first busy day in country so had booked dinner at the B&B. Delicious
4 courses with choice of lamb cutlets or fresh salmon cooked and served
by the ...
... as one of Irelands loveliest inland cities. Colourful shops and medieval facades. Kilkenny Castle at one end, dominates the town, has a huge courtyard at the back and beautifully kept grounds. St Canice's Cathedral stands at the other end complete with 100 foot round tower which one is able to climb. Not us today though!!
Through to Portlaoise and Kildare and reached Tullamore about 3 pm, our base for the next 3 nights. Passed ...
Today we went to Clonmacnoise. Like Glendalough, it was an old monastic settlement that ended up attracting a lot of monk followers. Unlike Glendalough, it was raided soooooooooo many times, by vikings, Irishmen, Englishmen... anyone who happened to be in the area. Clonmacnoise used to be a place where the monks were very good at crafts, including gold and silverworking, but mostly drawing and ...
... park where Matty G came and picked us up. We followed him back to their house because it doesn't have an address (!?) which makes it pretty difficult to find if you don't know where you are going!
Matt and Kyle live in an amazing place with rooms all over the place. Every place you turn there is another room to discover! The views of the beach, green fields and the town from the property are sensational. Our room is absolutely amazing, they had even put ...
... so anyone going inside would have to clamber over. This entrance was thought to be tied with the solstice or equinox but later theories say it has something to do with the phases of the moon. Since the mound was excavated in 1962 (the passage wasn’t discovered for five further years) they’ve left all the 'kerbstones’ in place but put a concrete cap over the top to stop the dirt sliding down over them again. ...