Kilkenny Inn Hotel
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... that the sun is rising directing into the chamber. Every year, 60 lucky people get to experience the magical sunrise at the winter Equinox (weather permitting) chosen by lottery. Last year over 30,000 people entered the lottery (0.2% of being selected!) After our brief but interesting tour, we were back in the car for our 2 hour drive to the picturesque Kilkenny. We arrived around 7pm and checked into our rooms above a 200 year old pub. After plopping our ...
... d'autres choses, mais voilà, c'était seulement une étape courte. Et pour le temps que j'y suis resté, elle était bien sympa.
Leaving Dublin, I had to make a choice: going North, South or West? As we're talking about Ireland here, and we're in early June, eventually I decided to try to minimize the risks of random downpours and to start with the South. The main city in this area is Cork, there is my destination.
Unfortunately we actually didn't get much of a chance to see Cork, I'm sure it was a lovely city.
We were off to Kilkenny with a few stops on the way.
First to Cobh, last port of call for the Titanic. Then on to Jameson Whiskey Experience and lastly the Rocks of Cashel.
Once in Kilkenny we went on the hunt for green clothing as we were told we were going to get our karaoke on. Due to ...
... br> Some toppled tombstones.
My fascination with Celtic Cross tombstones.
... or pully in sight.
Surrounding the Cathedral are age-old gravesites boasting beautifully crafted Celtic Crosses, some fallen into ruin. I could spend hours walking amongst this history, but Cork was calling and the wind chill factor was absolutely brutal!
Anyway, enough of my jibba-jabba, check out the photos for ...