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We had a crazy packed day today and we just got back to the hotel to drop our car off and catch a taxi back into town. Turns out, Wednesday night is the main music night of the week with traditional local music in all of the pubs! So, we're taxiing it to the pubs so we can drink and listen to music all night. I'll write more later, so for now, here are some highlighted pics from the day. AWESOME DAY! More to ...
... 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! ...
... spectacular cliff view in Ireland” and the other one claiming “the most photographed view in Ireland”. We stop at both places to look at and photograph, well, fog. It is a bit of a surprise that we have to pay to see the non-view at the first of these. We follow a series of very official brown road signs that eventually lead us to the site of said “most spectacular cliff view” and arrive at a shop cum parking ...
... 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 ...
... by the Vikings in the 9th century. It was taken over by the Anglo-Norman invaders of the 12th century. Our local guide let us know, among many interesting historical facts, that Waterford is NOT named for the crystal factory!! It's Norse name was Vedrafjord, meaning 'windy fjord.'
Tomorrow, we're off to kiss the Blarney Stone....well, some of us are.