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Yes, we had high winds thanks to the tail end of the hurricane! Something I never thought I would experience in Ireland.
But after leaving Dublin and traveling through the beautiful Wicklow mountains we left the winds behind.
We visited the Monastery - which was a great experience. A real step back in in time!
At New Ross, ancestral home of the Kennedy's, we visited the Dunbrody famine ship which ...
... to the Norman invasion. In 1101, the King of Munster, Muirchertach Ua Briain, donated his fortress on the Rock to the Church. The picturesque complex has a character of its own and is one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art and medieval architecture to be found anywhere in Europe. Few remnants of the early structures survive; the majority of buildings on the current site date from the 12th and 13th centuries. We took some ...
... Waterford Travelodge were really good new roads, potato signs, bungalows and 60 miles an hour with no overtaking :-)
We had a late dinner in Joe's Rockin diner - Paul was in heaven! A kit kat milkshake helped to end a lovely ...
... was an ancient earthen fort. In fact there is more than one, over a quite a large area there are many earthworks that go back thousands of years. From the east side of the hill a deep, wide trench leads towards the earthworks as if it was some wide road used for ceremonial occasions. The site was important in prehistory times and also it became the seat of the ancient Kings of Ireland. The Vikings fought to gain control of it in the 9th and ...
... fan in room. Welsh sounds different and is spoken quickly. It is part English and part Welsh. Cardiff was bombed during wars and is primarily a dock city. The only tourist sites are the stadium and the castle. Took the Cardiff Castle tour. Definitely not handicapped accessible. The rich and lorded aristocrat John Burgess had unlimited funds and with his architect friends restored the Roman ruins into a Victorian ...