Lakeside Manor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... keep this place up. It started life as a tower house and gradually was added on to. A Spanish lady wedded into the family and spent her dower cash on fixing it up to look like a "real" castle. All the decorations on the outside are just for show!
Rosemary and Bru both like to garden. I must say the flowers here are amazing! It reminds me of New ...
... is now a ruin in the middle of a cow pasture. It has only one "handrail" and the rest is do at your own risk. Neat place though.
We still had time left in the day, so we decided to go to Duleek and see St. Mary's church. Weezy has an ancestor buried there. The property has been bought by a restaurant, but they are keeping up the graveyard nicely, so I guess it's OK. The church itself is (you guessed it) a ...
... Lots of neat stone work here. Unfortunately, the guest center is closed on Sundays, so we only got to walk the grounds. Phil had really been looking fore ward to learning about their masonry techniques, but no such luck.
Last we went to Monasterboice Church and cemetery. It has the 2 biggest Celtic high crosses in Ireland. And they are really big! Historians believe they were used ...
... t burn off until about 1:00 in the afternoon, but then it was a beautiful day. We spent a couple of hours wandering around this site. It sits on a bend of the river Shannon. There were marshes all around that were full of birds. I sat and bird watched for a while. I have become especially fond of pied wagtails. The name is very descriptive; their back ends just keep continually moving! We ...
Today Flat Stanley went to Newgrange or Bru na Boinne. This is an ancient Neolithic burial site 500 years older than the pyramids of Egypt. Flat Stanley then went to the ruins of Slater Hill Abbey before ending his day at Trim Castle, Ireland's largest Anglo-Norman castle built around 1200. Unfortunately, Mr. Pete and Stanley tried to fire the cannon in front of the castle and were put in the stockades for punishment ...