No. 1 Pery Square Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... churches respectively. The Trinitarian order (which we'd not heard of) was founded in France to raise money to ransom Christian captives taken by the Moors during the Crusades. The Adare monastery is the only recorded Trinitarian monastery in Ireland and was built by the Fitzgerald clan. We started our visit at the small museum at the heritage centre which explained the history of Adare. We then visited the Trinitarian church, saw the Augustinian church ...
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One of the highlights of the day was a visit to Blarney Castle. The castle was fabulous , the gardens gorgeous & I really liked the town of Blarney....there was just a real character about it.
Tradition says that if you kiss the Blarney stone...you will become eloquent. I couldn't help myself..... I did get down to kiss the Blarney Stone but like a ...
... One of the men on the horse was slowing down looking all around, we figured one of the dogs had gone astray. We were right, a few minutes later the straggler came whipping by to join the pack. We figured it must have been the same one who earlier suffered from (PADD) puppy attention deficit disorder as he previously ran out of the pack to us for a quick pet.
We made reservations to have dinner at the Carriage House. Our ...
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Last week offered a few crisp, cool, sunny days. Reminded me a bit of going to the San Bernardino mountains in the winter, the air thinner and the sun brighter than down in our smog-filled basin, wind biting my nose. I keep telling myself I need to purchase a good pair of gloves, but for now I will continue letting the air chip away at my skin, slowly, surely. Dr. Tim Taylor from UCLA graced us Ethnomusicologists with ...
... seats every day and now I am on the right side of the bus, which is good as I was getting a permanent swivel to the left, this is a good chance to straighten up, I will be in the front seat when we reach the Giants Causeway, which excites me, something I have always wanted to see.
we went right down to the Blasket Islands, very interesting part of Ireland, the inhabitants were evacuated from there in 1953, sad but beautiful story, loved it.