O'Malley's Bed And Breakfast
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... as Mum wanted to buy one of their bracelets for Miriam. I wanted to see what this other spire I had seen was so we headed I. That direction and found ourselves going past the Black Abbey again, this time it was open so we went in.. It wa lovely with the most exquisite stained glass windows. So glad we went in. We headed on for my spire and found. st Mary's which is the Catholic cathedral. (St Canices is the Anglican one). We just wandered around the outside and then headed ...
... br> Steve found an an app for navigating in Ireland and the nice woman (once she was connected to the radio via bluetooth) told us how to get to Kilkenny. The motorway was 3 lanes wide in some places. Steve said it was easy to follow the car in front of you, but difficult to keep the car between the lines from the right hand side. Good thing we didn't get a really big car. It was a little difficult to find the ...
... very impressive but without being overblown by extravagance. The wood was mahogany and the floors were oak. The wall tapestries were from the Flemish and were over 400 years old. The colours were rich reds, blues and with oriental designed wallpaper. Two floors have been restored and had the original paintings from the Butler family still hanging. The formal rose garden and grounds are wonderful to walk as well. No pictures are allowed ...
... wasn't!!! It was a just a patchy sheep!!! We finally got to see some red deer at close range and we had the most wonderful guide in the park. Ffjorn - almost so thick we couldn't understand him but we certainly got - turty-too, t-reee owners......you get the jist! Fabbo. We ventured onto Limerick for 1 night stopover. We opted out of the tour group to enjoy a lovely bar meal with two fellow Churchillians and touries at our hotel.
The next day, we did ...
... We thought we would check them out and then come back the next morning to go on the tour. The sign instructed us to ring the door bell for cave tour tickets. An elderly lady answered the door and asked us if we wanted to go on the tour. She said if we hurried we could make it onto the last tour which was starting right then. We bought the tickets and raced up the path to the cave entrance. We made it just before the tour started. The caves were discovered by a farmer who ...