Knockninny Country House & Marina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... navigate by yourself.
So I am on my way going to pick up Pete. It is a two hour drive from Cashel but it's all good until I get to Dublin. I find it scary to drive round Sydney. Let me tell you it is even scarier in a city you have been to once, with a GPS in miles and yards! I manage to make it to the hotel and he jumps in and we start our journey to his home town of county Monaghan. Tipperary was a dump so I am hoping Monaghan will be better. It is!
... t picture my grandson dressed in a sports jacket and going to school! But, the students all looked very classy.
We walked into a pretty church, visited with the attendant and then wandered over toward the castle. We were so tired from yesterday, that we really didn't feel like doing much. The area is very pretty and I could see it would be a great place to spend time and walk trails, but that ...
... There are many large green tanks with huge pipes coming out of them with water gushing out. A shop building to my left. I can see a man standing on top of the tanks, I yell hello, but he doesn't hear me and I am not about to climb up onto the tanks. I head on up the hill to the house. Turns out this was one of Ireland's oldest salmon farms. (I think a hatchery). I hope a hatchery because we have already had lengthy discussions on damage ...
... Switzerland too. Parts were like the top of Te Kiri road before the blackberry were sprayed out. We were heading for Carrick-on-Shannon, a main base for the cruiser boat hire down the Shannon and Erne waterways, when I saw the sign to Carrowkeel, I printed notes of this 18mths ago, and had forgotten about them (must see what else is in the folder!). We drove for ages before asking a young guy for directions, he sent us totally in the wrong direction. 1/2hr ...
... the second floor and the basement kitchen and staff working area, this is only open 2-3 times a year. Next time perhaps. When the National Trust bought Castle Coole in the 1950s, the Earl of Belmont left his furniture and everything else inside. He still owns it (and he still lives in the gatekeepers cottage). False doors are a feature of Castle Coole - constructed to the Georgian ideal of perfect symmetry, bordering on the obsessive-compulsive, everything had to be done in pairs ...