Scholars Townhouse Hotel
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... around looking for the thing when a lady came up and asked us who we were, etc. (Actually I was reassured by this). She directed one of the students to let us into the castle proper. I stood outside waiting for PD and Weezy to come right back out. One of the Sisters saw me and asked me if anyone was guiding us around. I told her no. She went inside and volunteered to give us a guided tour! This lovely lady's name was ...
We have a great hostess at our new B&B. The first night we were invited to her patio for drinks and conversation with her family. Today we had a another great breakfast in a relaxed atmosphere.
Today was a day to learn more about the history of Ireland. First we headed out to Bru na Boinne, one of of the world's most important archeological landscapes, where ...
What a busy day it turned out to be. I was up early because I couldn't sleep past 5.30. We had to be at breakfast at 7.30 for departure at 8.30. We got there on time and everybody else was there already. No late runners in this group. We drove south then east to the town of Kildare, about an hours drive. We visited the National Horse Stud which is the most prestigious breeding stables in Ireland. Previously privately owned it is now state run. About 100 ...
... The college houses the Book of Kells, the oldest surviving version of the 4 Gospels in the New Testament. I unfortunately could not take any pictures in this part of the exhibit, but the hand painted images and calligraphy were incredibly detailed. Each of the gospels is in a separate book and they rotate which is shown to preserve the vellum (calf skin) and the inscriptions. One ornate page and one text page is displayed of ...
... Found my way over to the other side and stopped for brief lunch, which turned out to be at a Bewley's converted to a Starbucks!!!! : ( Oh well, at least it had free wi-fi! Leaving there I found my way into the Temple Bar area where I missed finding the actual Temple Bar but did find live music at Oliver St. John Gogarty's, a pub highly recommended for its music. The duo playing, guitarist and banjo player, were terrific. Stopped at an interesting bookshop, then back onto Grafton ...