Langton House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... sprint at least the length of the football field to make the train since the next one wasn't until 2 in the afternoon. This sprinting to make things has become a theme of the trip and everyone stares at the crazy Americans, but hey we made it and got our workout in for the day!
For this adventure, it was just Julia, Fran, and I. The others either had class or didn't want to wake up early, so we had the day to explore with each other. I love traveling and sight seeing ...
... of road and stony. Down the other side and back onto the flat. Land not as lush looking here but still plenty of villages. Getting closer to Dublin but decided to go right around it to miss Friday afternoon traffic and tolls (after our experience in Canada). No problems dropping off car, rental car system is so well organised at Dublin airport and quite separate to the main terminals. A bus takes you there. Now just a four hour wait for the late flight to ...
... and then on to Kilkenny. Found a b&b and then explored Kilkenny castle before heading to a pub (Surpise!) for some food and then the best Irish music so far. One bloke on guitar and another on accordian/tin whistle/mouth organ, both on vocals. They played for two and a half hours without a break! In fact, their first six songs ran into one another. Some of the sweetest ...
Yikes! We woke up, showered and checked out at checkout time, ate toast, visited a clinic, bussed to the airport and rented a car. We then drove to Kilkenny with a lunch stop on the way. We got lost in Kilkenny found Wi-Fi, parking and a hostel and went to sleep ...
... press but was very interesting. It was a nice size abbey, in it's day, with several rooms and worship areas. Outside are the tombstones, which have surrendered to the moss and moisture. Since it's not on the beaten path, it was nice just to stroll along the fallen stones in the quiet cool air, without the disruption of others. Leaving the abbey, there were several cows hanging out by the abbey walls. I got a little worried when I thought of my friend ...