Dun A Ri House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... acres of farmland overlooking County Westmeath. From the summit, one can see the Hill of Slane, which I will detail tomorrow. On our way home for the night, we found an abandoned abbey by accident; Bective Abbey. This beautiful structure was totally open to the public, and absolutely beautiful at sunset. These 9pm sunsets, though, continue to amaze, amuse, and confuse ...
... Neolithic means New Stone Age and the constructions in the Boyne River Valley are believed to date from around 3,000 B.C., making them older than the Great Pyramids of Egypt. I’m calling them "constructions" even though they are often referred to as tombs. The guides at the sites and the information presented at the visitor center emphasize that their purposes and uses are still not fully known and they could well have been primarily ceremonial chambers rather than ...
Left Dublin this morning and headed to Bailieborough. Had a chance to do some training and found a lovely carvery lunch in the Bailee Pub. Staying at Cabra Castle tonight. Phil and the kids played cards. Cam thinks the castles are pretty cool, but the Cliffs of Moher have been the ...
... a crazy American dish (it's not). However, we are from Utah, inventors of fry sauce and funeral potatoes, so anything is possible. I order my first Smithwicks and discover my preferred beverage for the duration of the trip.
After lunch, we walk over to Trim Castle and get on the tour just as it starts. We didn’t catch the name of the OPW guide, but he matches the criteria of the Bru Na Boinne guides, personable ...
... who found it quite tantalizing.
Along our journey to the Cabra Castle, we stopped at a beautiful church and cemetery. We had seen many Celtic crosses throughout our tour, but were never close enough to photograph them. Our tour guide promised we'd have a chance. Today was the day. The crosses are stunning and mostly associated with the older grave sites. Janice found one of her Irish surnames and Sue found a couple, too.
Now....on to the ...