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... still remains. There is over half of the second floor still intact. We climb up the steep stone stairs and meander the building. Looking out at the views of the lakes and down at the passing travelers. We all have a great time exploring the books and crannies. The passage to the cloister, with a beautiful and ancient Yew tree in its center is dark. I can imagine the friars walking down this dark passage heading for midnight matins guided by torch light. We get back in the car ...
... br> In the port city of Cobh we saw that cruise ship, it was bloody enormous; and to think that the newer ones are considerably larger that this one – phew! The harbour here is one of the deepest natural harbours in the world. It would have to be to have that monster docked right by the shore. The town itself is quite pretty with lovely brightly painted shops all along the street facing the harbour and the huge church perched half way up the steep ...
... and visiting ancient sites, and making the Slea Head drive along the coast. Our guide, Hugh, is like a walking encyclopedia of Irish history but doesn't bore us with too many details. He plays the guitar and Paddy, our driver plays the bodhran so we've gotten to hear them both play. We also took a little time at one of the beaches for Victor to sing a few folk songs...some of which we could join in on the chorus.
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... and how solid they are in unreal. They sure did know how to build back in the day, but to be the one having to live in the dungeons wouldn't be very nice. Finally arriving in Killarney we weren't sure where to stay so we just get a room at a B'n'B. it was lovely and friendly. Mark being very keen for a pint about now we head down to one of the local pubs found one and the bar men was very friendly and ...
... the lighthouse near dingle. The scenery was superb and the walk was short and I found a place to relax for a couple of hours w no body around. Pretty much paradise. Dingle was a good stop. Had some exercise, good food, food people, and some awesome scenery Well. Off to galway in the morning! I think I am going to stop at Killarney for some biking through the national park along the way. I keep hearing the scenery is awesome. ...
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