Springhill Court Conference, Leisure & Spa Hotel
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... who said she'd have collected us from the station if she'd known. I had read that Breda was a great hostess and it's all true, friendly and very chatty and helpful, she's a local woman who grew up just outside Kilkenny and has a lovely Irish brogue. She offered to drive us into town and show us where to go so after a quick unpack we took her up on her offer. Kilkenny is GORGEOUS! It's the medieval capital of Ireland, and famous for ...
... as Spain's. Then most monuments close between 3 and 5. Its very strange. They also blame it because this is their winter months, again hard to understand coming from a town that gets two feet of snow and hardly every gets delays to call Ireland's 40 degree weather "winter."
Beside for the bummer of the tower being closed, we still had a fantastic day. We explored some gardens, and found a cute cafe where I enjoyed a great vegetable soup (yes me I had vegetable soup ...
Somehow we were up at 8am as our Shamrock All Ireland Rocker Tour begins!!! The group met at the shamrocker office around the corner of the hostel and after check in with the tour manager Conall who totally understood why we weren't in the best condition. We left the city and headed south west into the lush green Irish countryside, it was beautiful! It was also now that we realised how cold Ireland is, even refusing to get ...
... In order to recover his revered book of God, Caitighearn struck the Hag with his staff, instantly turning her to stone. Whatever legend you believe in, the Hag of Beara in many ways has come to ...
... putting in some modern features to repair it! I will never understand this way of thinking.
Out last stop for the day is Cahir castle- dating between 1300 and 1500 and situated on an island surrounded by the River Suir. In 1599 the English tried to overtake it. They have a very interesting display about woman's rights in the castle.