The Pilgrims Rest Hotel
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... Connell and Parnell. The millenium spire was completed in 2003(!) and stands tall and proud as a focal point. We made our way to Trinity College and queued to enter the Long Gallery and view the Book of Kells, without knowing what we were about to see. I asked the couple behind (Slovenia) what the Book of Kells was and they didn't know either. It turned out to be a beautifully illustrated and ancient book of the gospels which we admired, but the Long Gallery of the ...
10.45am. On way to waterford, 8.5* beautiful sunshine day. Was 6* when we left Cork. Brisk chill in the air. Saw all these gorgeous little girls with 3 teachers playing ring a Rosie. They ignored us totally!!! Youghal, detoured down here as I'd read where there had been an arcealogical restoration dig of St Mary's Collegiate Church (900yr old), and a crypt has been discovered http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/bu rial-vault-found-in-youghal-church-2893 34.html And during ...
... walk around the city before heading through the very lovely St Stephens Green park to our hotel. Such beautiful parks over here - green and full of flowers and of course lots of water! We enjoyed a leisurely stroll through here coming out at the correct gate even! Got a little lost finding our hotel but only a street or 2! Graeme's cold very heady now so we have another night in! Actually quite nice to have a couple of rest evenings! Off to Wales ...
... light were the pears in each persons glass with our names written on a pear leaf. Food was outstanding and then a 5 piece band started up. Ben and Jessica did a modern waltz on their own and then the dance floor was crowed with lots of enthusiastic dancers. Much fun and laughter was had by all. Went to bed about ...
... beaten track and generally known about only by the locals. We weren't disappointed.
Our first stop on our country road jaunt was to the tiny village of Kilworth to visit the old graveyard in order to satisfy my obsession with tombstones. I've decided that they're actually an art form that don't get the recognition they deserve. The skill of the stone masons of old is defiantly something to behold. I'm ...