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Jenh1211 stayed here on Oct 14, 2013 during their trip titled: Blarney to Barcelona: Part 1.
On the way to Navan we made only one stop at Rathgrogan, which is a site out of Irish folklore. It is the place where the famous bullfight happened that we read about in Literature class. Our hotel was the Newgrange Hotel, and it was very nice and had several huge bars where we had classes. In Navan we spent a lot of time studying for our quiz in …
After an uneventful overnight flight, we landed in Dublin. The boys didn't manage to sleep at all on the plane. I got a bit of sleep in. We picked up our car, a minivan really. I'd paid for the rental before leaving Canada and had thought that all the insurances were taken care of. I should have remembered from last time...... After making a quick call to VISA to ensure that I was in fact covered through them, we went to leave the parking lot. Hmm, I'm not ...
... Irishman sounds even more bazaar......an experience! The castle itself is a genuine 12th century masterpiece and the gardens surrounding it are also very beautiful and well worth walking through. It even includes a poison garden with warning sighs saying don't touch or don't eat....honestly, what more could you want. There is also a gorgeous manor onsite that is privately ...
... because apparently it's quite a popular site with limited tickets, particulary on the weekends. But to my surprise it was nowhere near as bad as I expected. We chose to visit the Newgrange Monument and the smaller relic called Knowth. The third is on private farmland, unexcavated and inaccessabile.
Catching a shuttle bus in, The Newgrave monument sits like a little muffin with vanilla icing smeared upon its circumference.
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