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Visited a thoroughbred stud farm outside Dublin and it was awesome, I wrote a limerick about tommy the teaser who was the teaser horse and won the competition. Haha. They also had Japanese gardens there which were beautiful. Had lunch in the grounds of Kilkenny Castle which wS lovely...a picnic lunch courtesy of the previous nights hotel. The wake pub...us sitting ...
... a casual walk around town. Italian was the good of choice for lunch followed by another walk where we spent some time taking silly photos. The city of Waterford is really lovely, it is the oldest city in Ireland and still has a lot of evidence of its long history. There is an amazing ruined church right in the city centre and historic towers that still exist from 12th century medieval times and were originally ...
Our last full day in Ireland! :( :(
We decided to head south to the port cities of Waterford and New Ross. Waterford was a Viking city, then a Norman city, before it became an English/Irish city. After the Normans, it gets a little muddled, but it was always a trading center to the rest of the world.
Our first stop was to the Medieval Museum. ...
... and sudden high temperatures, I wasn't feeling too well and skipped the first of the two talks to go home for a nap. Felt a bit better afterwards. Nuno Sacramento, a Portuguese artist who has been living in Aberdeen for the past four or five years, talked to us about the Scottish Sculptural Workshop which was very interesting, and it was nice to hear the Scottish accent from ...
... was used to refrigerate salmon until the 1950s.
We walked up to an interesting building and, to find out what it was, we walked in, not knowing what reception we would get. The young lady in the office was delightful. She stopped what she was doing and gave us a tour of the building which had been a Christian Brothers School set up by Edmund Rice and was now the Civic Offices. The dormitories upstairs are now offices but, because of the ...