Killarney Avenue Hotel
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We really enjoyed our stay. The room was clean and comfortable, the dining room and food was very good. It is located right at the intersection where the jaunty carts are. A ride in one of those is a must!
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... a time, and had five of them in the two hours he was storytelling to us! I've never seen anything like it, he'd beat the pants of any young Aussie bogan with a beer bong that's for sure! We went to bed in our absolutely stunningly renovated section of Neptune's hostel by 3am. It was almost as good as a hotel! And I could sit up on the bottom bunk without risk of removing the top inch of my skull bone which was a lovely change to every other bunk bed I've slept in this ...
... mentioning is the Portrait Room. It was surrounded by paintings of the Butler family who had lives in the castle since the 1600s onward. There was a remarkable fireplace in the center and the woodwork on the ceiling was beautiful. We still had a little extra time after touring the castle to explore the town of Kilkenny. We walked down to the bridge and saw the castle with the ...
... some serious belly rubs while the other presents her butt for serious butt scratches.
We all settled in for much needed naps. I quickly dozed off for what I figured would be a good two hour nap. Fifteen minutes later I was wide awake so I quietly slipped out of bed, grabbed my camera and headed outside. After taking pictures of the cottage I head off to the field to make friends with the donkeys. Two of them immediately run (okay..really it ...
To kiss the Blarney Stone was my goal for today. We left Cork and drove up the road to Blarney Castle. The castle grounds were beautiful with lush green grass interrupted by a flowing river and the castle itself proudly positioned upon the hill. We climbed up through the steep, narrow staircases, once again requiring a lot of imagination to piece together the ruins of the castle rooms to try and picture life here over 600 years ago.
At the top ...
After a leisurely brekkie @ the B&B we hit the road again, off to Blarney Castle before heading to the Waterford county.
I had sworn black and blue i would not kiss the stone -I did not need to catch the consumption so early in our trip. But i admit I was drawn into it after climbing the steps and waiting in line to see it. A factory line affair. I dutifully leaned back and made a kissing noise. Ok so i didn't quite bring myself to actually lip lock ...