Hearn's Hotel

Address: Parnell Street, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Parnell Street, Clonmel, is near Glendalough, Aillwee Cave, and Burren College of Art.
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      Travel Blogs from Clonmel

      Choose Life

      A travel blog entry by laurackennedy on Feb 05, 2015

      ... my past.

      But I am also my future and my present.

      For it is I who decides
      who I am, how I react,
      and to whom and what I attach myself.

      I am love, I am light,
      I am laughter, I am alive.

      I am restless, I am searching,
      I have a hunger, and I choose life.


      ...

      4. Slowly but surely - to Clonmel

      A travel blog entry by flyrina on Feb 24, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... to show me album after album of old pictures so I could find some embarrassing ones of Emma. Fortunately for her, Emma was simply adorable in all of them. Walking around her house, I was able to find many clues about her family's history in horse breeding, competitions and horse riding fun. It was not entirely a day lost, but definitely not the best for this trip! Onwards and upwards from here! ...

      Fore!

      A travel blog entry by micpacfamily on Aug 07, 2013

      2 comments, 38 photos

      ... It was beautiful, although half covered in scaffolding. The round tower is the oldest structure on the property, dating back to c.1100. Along with repairing the external structure of the Cathedral, experts were also restoring historic Celtic art and murals inside.

      After our self tour of Cashel, we drove back into Thurles to explore the graveyard of the oldest church in Thurles, hoping to find some familiar names of ancestors. Again, Lucas ...

      Monday May 20, A day at looking at yesterday

      A travel blog entry by drbrn60 on May 21, 2013

      47 photos

      ... of the church and into the large open area that was closed in by the walls of the church. There were grave markers in here as well. We spent about 45 minutes here and it was amazing.

      As we drove close to the coast, we stopped at one more church and graveyard, this time right on a cliff over the Irish Sea, This was a much younger church and still in service. What a beautiful location.

      We drove down to Wexford which is a harbor town ...

      Glendalough - Monastic Ruins

      A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Jun 19, 2012

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... and so decided not to move his hand or scare it away. The blackbird proceeded to build a nest between his fingers and lay an egg. They say St. Kevin didn't move his arm until the egg hatched and both mother and chick flew into the glen.

      There's an upper and lower lake near the village - Glendalough comes from the Irish words glen da lough, meaning the glen between two lakes. We were taken to the upper lake before going ...