Club House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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Kilkenny, Ireland - August 8 thru 12
Club House Hotel
With fear and trepidation we approached Aer Lingus' baggage check-in carrying my (oversized) framed antique Madonna and Child painting. With little explanation from us the Aer Lingus clerk said, "Oh, that's fine, just ask a stewardesses to store it for you." We exhaled a great sigh …
... offered! It was a cute, true Irish town with what seemed like little tourists, and thats what I really love about it. The city itself kinda reminded me of Cork, but then you would turn down the street and a huge castle would surprise you. Unlike most of the castles that I have seen, this was a restored castle in which we were able to go on a tour. What may have usually bored me actually really caught my attention and I enjoyed learning about the history of the castle and seeing ...
It's called an "Irish traffic jam" when the road is blocked by sheep or cows. This occurs somewhat frequently in Ireland, we are told. Today we were venturing out further into the country, so there was the real possibility of encountering one. There were times when we'd look at the road in front of us and say, "You've got to be kidding me!" They were increasingly narrow, with steep hills and one blind bend in the road after another. Often the ...
... seen so many rolling hills of green in my life. We also came across an abundance of livestock including cattle, sheep, and horses. I was-—and still am—in aw over the majesty of the Irish countryside. It earned it's place as the most beautiful island I have ever seen. In Kilkenny we stayed in a hotel called Butler House. Butler House is part of the Kilkenny Castle Estate so I was very excited when I found out we were ...
... of stones!!! (One website states 113 stones! Kevin stands in the middle for scale and I have to stitch the photos together to get them all in.
There is a Wedge tomb a few kilometres away. This tomb has 4 chambers is 8,5 m high and 1,3 m high. Pottery was found at the site ...