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... was replaced by a stone fortification. It was destroyed in 1446, but subsequently rebuilt by Cormac Laidir MacCarthy, Lord of Muscry The castle was besieged during the Irish Confederate Wars and was seized in 1646 by Parliamentarian forces under Lord Broghill. However after the Restoration the castle was restored to Donough MacCarty, who was made 1st Earl of Clancarty.
KISSING THE BLARNEY STONE
The ritual ...
... without a meal, I got the smallest thing I could. A half portion of a small chips. Because I am frugal like that. I got talking to one of the lads who worked there, and told him about my travels. 'Oh. Fair play to yer' Boy am I going to miss that when I leave Ireland!! Lisa ...
... from being in Ireland. Not every day you say THAT! We had a snack in Dungarvan (I'm getting good at parking in narrow places, three point turns and am definitely improving on the hill start with a manual transmission). Then headed on to Lisselty. Grandad Muldowney had emailed detailed directions, which worked perfectly. The GPS didn't quite agree but quickly adjusted to the change. George and I had one of those "aha!" moments when we recognized the church ...
... better than it was today. Many times she brings a group on tour, and they get told they have two hours, and they just look at her and ask, “Wait, what the heck are we going to do here in this drizzly miserable place. We also learned from Carmel that the blue stones that were used in a portion of Stonehenge, were quarried right near Tenby. That means that these 7-ton stones were transported over 120 years to Salisbury, which is an extraordinary ...
Fiddle-lee-dee – yer not from a'rond here are ya?
NIGHT FOUR AND FINAL :o( : KILLARNEY, MALLOW, massive detour and then finally to FERMOY, CASTLELYONS, TALLOW, LISMORE, a further detour then WATERFORD, TRAMORE
Hello from barmy Tramore!!!
We have the little table up and 2 camp chairs sitting here in the early evening sun enjoying a Harp Lager each and a tasty sweet treat from the Irish bakery in Tramore town.