Springhill Court Conference, Leisure & Spa Hotel
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... tea shop called Poppies. We later discovered this cafe is listed on must visit places around this area. Next we followed a bit of the Military Road Drive. Through little places like Roundwood and Glendalough. The area around here was quite rugged, but barren. Very rocky, little greenery, no trees. Unusual for Ireland. This drive led us to the Wicklow Mountains in which there is ...
... a group for a tour of the facilities. We watched a video about the birth of a foal, and then a young Irishman named Rob led us around the paddocks, the foaling area, the stallion boxes, and the shed where the mating actually occurs. Because foals in the Northern Hemisphere are born from January to June, we didn't get to see any foals with their mothers, but we did see the stallions in their paddocks and we learned a lot about the science and the business of ...
... of care - 2/3 of the castle interior had to be reconstructed. They used photos from the Butler family to complete the project. After leaving the castle - I went to kyteler's inn for lunch. The restaurant was founded in 1324. And the food was Amazing!!! I ordered the house speciality - a chicken and ham pot pie! (And a pint)! I took my time - ate, blogged, emailed my dad ... And ...
... banks of the River Nore. Across the river is a library set on John's Quay. Once again, even the library is beautiful. The town fit all of the stereotypical preconceptions that one might have for an old medieval Irish town. It has a large castle set on top of a hill overlooking the town. The town is mainly on one site of the Nore and is nestled on the same hill as the castle. The town is dotted with churches. The streets are narrow and lined with ...
... won awards for its food and I would concur with that assessment. I had fish pie which was wonderful and a pint of...Smithwicks of course (the original brewery is in town). The woman sitting next to me was alone as well, so we passed a pleasant meal chatting away. After dinner I wandered the city to digest and browsed shops. I retired fairly early as I had planning and sleeping to do. Tomorrow I plan on a couple more Kilkenny sites and then it is on to ...