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... was the garden of several artists and a beautiful Georgian house - Burtown, built for a Quaker family in about 1710 and still in the family. It was a garden of many rooms, again a beautiful kitchen garden, as well as lawned areas and a sculpture walk with paths mown through the meadows. A very relaxing and enjoyable way to spend a day in this part of Ireland.
Our final treat of our trip was a special one, especially for Clive. We had discovered while still in the ...
... said that he thought that ratio was just right!
After our bus tour of the city we hopped around to several of the most popular landmarks including Trinity College (home to the Book of Kells), St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Jameson Distillery. Trinity College is Ireland's oldest University and has been in operation since 1592. It was really something to see a University with so much history that is still running to this ...
... Dingle is such a cute wee fishing village and of course was gorgeous. We then headed back towards Killarney for the night. The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle was taking place that day so the town was packed with cyclists. Killarney is a beautiful city, so small and has a comforting feeling. I walked around the town all night with one girl from Brazil and the other from Venezuela.
Sunday we started our ...
... meet their travel accomodations to London. Those of us who took the ferry very much underestimated the walking distance and would highly recommend taking a cab to anyone who thinks walking is a good idea in the future. The ferry set sail mid afternoon and we are on our way to London! We will post more in the coming days of our adventures there!
Author's note: More pictures to come, internet stuff is difficult, so is time away from beer :)
... Two of the actual gospels are displayed under glass in a
darkened room for preservation. Just lovely to see and a real
Something a bit lighter now - next stop , the Guinness factory or
Stonehouse and a tour at the brewery in the city. The Guinness storehouse
site was the fermentation plant from 1904 to 1988 and is now a seven
story visitor experience dedicated to the history and making of this
world famous ...