Seven Oaks Hotel
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... with...people playing Irish music. Banjos, accordions, flutes and pan flutes, guitar, illam pipes, drums, harmonica, everything. 13 or 14 people playing in the room, a few spectators, and two seats left just for Lynn and I. We sat in and drank our pints, listening to the music, having a blast. The music and atmosphere will be tough to beat anywhere else on our trip. We were right in the music, unable to control our floor-tapping feet, side by side with the ...
... birthday, I’m happy
to have the opportunity to live that event here in Ireland.
I decided to return to the local market in
Carlow with Liam this weekend. I walked a lot and I found a nice park where I
had the opportunity to see nice birds and to walk in a nice green area. I also
found a hold castle and I learned that this castle is actually the oldest
building of Carlow!
I decided to visit the ...
... back up! Long lies in the morning, and hopefully a chance to get out of the town and do something all together this weekend, many people going home for the weekend so not much on for the Commonage School. Plenty happening in the Abhainn Ri Festival though! There may not have been heavy lifting involved in my day, but a lot of walking and everything was jam packed, so night all, I'm off to sleep! For more photos please see my Facebook ...
... of Cainneach", or Canice."
In an email to St. Canice's, I asked if we were allowed to roam the grounds during mass since they were only open for viewings between 2 and 5 pm. They said "sure" and also threw out an invite to attend mass. I mentioned it to Jolene and she was very interested and (though I am not the very least bit religious) I thought it'd be interesting to attend a genuine Irish mass.
The present building dates back to the 13th century and along ...
... a rocky hill.
We arrived at Glendalough, St. Kevin’s monastic site, and decided to stop and tour a bit. We had been there five years ago, and it’s a very special and beautiful place. We walked through the monastic city after viewing a film at the visitor center. There are two lakes, upper and lower, and we drove up to the car park near the upper lake. There we found Poulanass Waterfall, and climbed up to get a good view. We walked to the ruin of the Reefert ...