Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resort
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... the weather out, but that's it. That is, it is exactly as it was built some 850 years ago. A real rarity.
Norm here: For my fellow Foodies (Deb, Agatha, Katy, etc.) we had the most fabulous Sunday dinner: tuna with corn, tomato salad, cole slaw and carrots, with a herb-stuffed and cheese-topped baked potato. These "salads" were absolutely delicious.
But! I could only eat half the ...
... to the elements, no food, no water, where the transgressor was left to die.
Again, Trim was preserved, not restored. While the walls were of stone, the roof was of wood. This plastic covering, more sophisticated than it looks in the photograph, ensures the interior of the castle stays dry and free of invading animals or birds and similar unwelcome visitors.
I teased in the first episode of William Wallace and Trim Castle about the ...
... super saturated.
Pat Martin: Pat and I traveled through England and Scotland in June, 1972. I’d just gotten out of the Army and would spend the next 13 months in Europe, the Communist iron curtain countries, (East Germany and Poland, down through Bulgaria), North Africa and the Middle East. Pat flew out of London for South Africa where he was doing graduate study. (He just retired as a long-time LSU law professor. One of the world’s ...
... visiting everyone takes a nap.
This afternoon two women's rowing teams are practicing. This morning there was a man trying to waterski. He appeared to be using a tow line attached to a stationary barge and another tower - just down and back. Looked boring.
Can't believe we went for Chinese food tonight, mostly because it is a few blocks from our apartment and beside the quay. Very good, may do it again.
Finally was able to get money at the ATM. ...
... on display is astounding. Gold brooches, bracelets, necklaces, dress fasteners, all intricately carved. We see the famous Tara brooch, from the 700's, one of the most impressive brooches ever discovered. All too soon it's time to actually walk back to the car. We stop for dinner in Ballincollig, the town before our village, a nice family Italian restaurant. The day has been somewhat of a rollercoaster, but it has turned out to be quite enjoyable.