Kilkenny Inn Hotel
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... luggage can't take any others.
I am now back at the hostel after grabbing some snacks for dinner since I was still full from lunch. I've showered and I'm just hanging out. It seems only the guys stay in this room since I've only seen 2 French girls twice but the boys are here all the time. I've showered and now I'm just going to chill. I'm getting up early again tomorrow to go to Cork and Blarney Castle!
Until tomorrow! Miss you all!
Agh, I don't know what they are called....but! They are the football shaped things with a tale that were around at school when I was young. They make a whistle sound when you throw them!
Anyway! I talked to him about travel and my blog. He didn't have paper on him, so I just told him the name of my blog.
When he had to go, he legit said 'bye lisaajane'
Twas the ...
... taking in all the surroundings. All the while checking restaurant menus for tonight's meal.
Kilkenny has a fine arts and design centre set up as an enclave of crafts people working from their spaces. At the front is a gallery and store. Well done and a lot like Montsalvat in outer Melbourne.
The Irish pub being renowned for warm atmospheres, friendly service,
Visit the Waterford Crystal showroom. Drive to Kilkenny to see magnificent 13C castle. Continued to Dublin for two nights. Next morning, see elegant Georgian squares, Irish Presidents home, O'Connell Street and Customs House. Then visit Old Library of Trinity College to admire 8th century Book of Kells. Hotel ...
... her son got his sentence commuted to community service and went on to become mayor, and the poor maid burned at the stake.
As a result, they now have a pub called Kyetler's Inn, established 1324, which makes it officially the oldest establishment I've ever eaten in. I had a hearty Irish Stew with a shamrock on top.
So another thing that's interesting is the biggest local sports team is for a sport called ...