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... for the medieval castle banquets. We didn't go to that but went to dinner and show at one of the other buildings on the grounds. In the afternoon we drove to the Cliffs of Moher. A popular place even for the locals as there are 20km paths you can walk around the cliffs. When we returned to Limerick we took our tour around the city stopping at St. Mary's Cathedral and King John's Castle. Another included supper ...
... of the surrounds are in a natural state hence not suitable for strolling through. Ruth tried to say hello to a mare and her foal but they were not interested. Tom, as usual, took lots of photos.
We then drove into Roscrae and visited its castle (ruins) Damar House, the Round Tower and the Black Mills; all in under 2 hours which was how long we could park in the street.
We were most impressed with the presentation and ...
... for the estate workers just outside the Manor gates. Today these cottages make Adare special as they are all thatched and all in good order, making Adare one of the prettiest villages in Ireland. At the Tourist Information Centre we looked around an area called Curran's Heraldry. Considine was available, no worries. Furphy proved to be more difficult. There was nothing available. The nice man serving, dived for his computer. Yes, there was a reference, but it hadn't been asked ...
... there is also a beautiful ice cream shop in dingle, called Murphys Ice cream, I had a scoop of baileys Irish Ice cream and Guinness Ice cream, believe me was to die for.
also passed Jack Daniels hotel, or in other words, The Wild Colonial Boy.
been through Tralee, the famine cottages are a sight to see, also the group The Cranburys, the singer Dolores OGrady built a house in the area, very magnificent.
we stopped at a beautiful place ...
... new episode of any of your shows on TV. Better find a good website.
32. Facebook, Twitter and Skype are the main forms of communications when abroad.
33. Ireland doesn't have panzos
34. The Tim Horton's in Ireland is clearly a practical joke.
35. You will never look forward to anything as much as you look forward to Christmas dinner.
36. You will miss your family terribly - maybe not as much as your fat cat.
37. Skype will save your sanity.