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... got back on the road and headed to Glendalough, a monastic settlement about 1,000 years old. On the way, we made a stop for brunch at a nice little restaurant that sits on a golf course. We were pretty hungry by this point, as it was around 10:30 a.m. The food here was very good and prepared us well for the remainder of the day.
Upon arrival at Glendalough, we got our admission passes and took the short walk over to the settlement. What ...
... something there for everyone, and a great experience to do one of Irelands 'must do' touristy things :-) The grounds of the castle are very well maintained, and really nice to walk around A visit to Blarney House there was an extra €5 payable in cash, with tours operating every half hour between 10am and 2pm After that we were off to Cobh which was previously known as Queenstown - the last port of call for ...
... south east coast of Ireland. We walked through the town and stopped at a restaurant/pub by the name of Jim Edwards of Kinsale and had a wonderful lunch/dinner. Z had a huge seafood platter, M had a wonderful piece of Salmon, I had the seafood gratin and C had lasagna. There was a ton of food and sides and it was all delicious. After we finished eating Z and I sat in the town square while a DJ played tunes and a dude with some serious dreadlocks spraypainted ...
... I don’t eat seafood. We shared a nice cheese board that had 4 different types of cheeses, all made in Ireland including Diane’s favorite, blue cheese. We also shared a potato and leek soup that warmed us up (did I mention how cold and windy it was today?). All of the seafood served there was caught locally, in fact, we saw a number of fishermen leaving their boats while we ate. Talk about fresh! Diane had Hake (a fish that I have never heard of before, ...
... Quinnipiac that is only six weeks but its 4 hours a day so i really can't take that many classes on monday!
Later in the day I went to a Traditional Irish Music class which is a class that I am actually interested in taking. It was very overwhelming since there are lots of notes and the professor didn't keep the powerpoint slides on for long enough. Over all the class was interesting but I still wanted ...
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