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Beautiful hotel, close to town and has a great view.
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Today we left Killarney & started heading north toward Dublin up the east coast. This is heading into the more fertile areas of Ireland & you can see the countryside changing to more rolling hill & less rocks. The houses & the way they are built are also changing. First stop on the way was the usual gift shop & a taste of Irish …
... Ireland's first farmers used the Dolmen as a portal burial tomb.
Our last destination for the day was Kilkenny, Ireland. By this time my socks and shoes have been taken off and put on so many times that it finally dried. It took over 5 hours for my socks/shoes to dry. The town of Kilkenny was a cute small town filled with things to see but we didn't have enough time to explore all of Kilkenny. So instead we had ...
... was just a covers band, but they were very good. So much for a quiet night, anyway...
Today I got up, checked out and went for a wander round Waterford in the day time. I found precisely nothing of interest, so 20 minutes later I went to the bus station and got on the bus to Cork. And so here I am. I seem to have managed the quiet night tonight, so here's hoping I don't spontaneously feel like going for a drink in a bit.
Stranger things have happened...
... a castle and decided there's never too many castle to see in Ireland and took the detour. So glad we did becuase it led to a beautiful castle ruin high up on a hill, called Dunhill castle and then just a little further from there was a side road that led to an Atlantic Ocean beach national park called the Copper Coast.
Dunhill, also called Donhill or Don Isle Castle, is a spectacularly silhouetted ruin, and ...
... While most Catholics in Ireland were being treated as outcasts, in Waterford they were treated as equals in the community. Waterford actually has cathedrals of each religion blocks away from one another, something that is very strange in these parts. We then toured 'reginald's tower'. It is the oldest building that has been in continuous usage in all of Ireland. It was originally a lookout post of the Roman wall that surrounded the city. It then became a royal mint in ...