Dunbrody Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to see the Hook Lighthouse (Terry is a lighthouse nut!). It is a medieval lighthouse tower built 800 years ago. As it was getting late, and they were ready to close, we just walked around the area and took pictures. Then it was back up the penisula to catch the car ferry to Waterford. It was eight Euro but worth it in saving time. But the lanes on the ferry were as small as the country lanes and I was a nervous wreck pulling on. Luckily, I ...
... hour because the bus people never caught up! As we finished up our walking tour back from the far end of the "park", the bus crowd was just heading "up river." We are so good! Great stop! We were done by noon and off to our next adventure.
We decided to stop for a bowl of soup at a the Avoca Woolen Mill. Turned out it was a real working woolen mill and not just a showroom. It was open to ...
... drawing room. No photos allowed inside – sorry!
We drove into the Wicklow mountains. They aren’t all that high and largely covered in blanket bog with not a tree or any building in sight. My humans just loved these mountains, they gave a wonderful feeling of space on this quite crowded island. This place would be fairly bleak in winter even with the sun shining brightly the wind was chilly. The view across the hills and valleys of ...
... valley. We ventured here just at dusk and decided to go on a small night hike up to the St Kevin's Church and the 98 famous round tower in the nearby graveyard. Probably the creepiest thing we could possibly do on this day, but it was on our list and we needed to check it off! We might've seen some ghosts but we made it out alive, though we suspect with Emma's night whistling some of the Japanese ghosts might've followed her for a bit ...
Today's report tells of our group's pilgrimage to Glendalough on Monday 13. Mary Ann, our course coordinator, had been praying for weeks for good weather. The weather gods, however, were deaf to her entreaties and we were treated to the worst Ireland could offer. The only element of weather we escaped was snow. We had sun (a little), rain (torrential) hail (they called it ...