Travel Blogs from Kilkenny
... they still are doing it tough, but you wouldn’t know it. What we found was a country of people who are extremely proud – they take pride in their homes and their property. The houses were well maintained, appear freshly painted, the grounds neatly mowed and the gardens full of colour. It may be that after their harsh winters, the Spring and Summer bring out their best and they love the bright colours – gardens, houses and doorways, ...
... they call them in Ireland) and got a spectacular view of the valley in both directions. Selfie time!! The view was really nice but the pictures just don't really capture it. We only stopped really briefly before heading down the valley to go to Glendalough.
Glendalough is the location of an old monastery, started by St. Kevin. There is also an old watch/bell tower. It was really tall and reminded me of Rapunzel, especially since it had no door, only ...
... View looking down from whence we came.Way beyond the lake in the far distance. About 4.5 km.Across lots of rocks and stones. ...
... It is currently under construction. It is situated alongside King's River, Kells. One of its most striking features is a collection of medieval tower housesspaced at intervals along and within the walls which enclose a site of just over 12,000 m2. It looks more like a fortress than a priory and the local name for it is: "Seven ...
... to take a nice little break and join my Canadian friend in some movie watching. We watched Brave and were a little too excited when we were the only adults there without kids by our sides. That’s how cool college students roll. I also felt it sort of a necessity to watch a movie that took place in Scotland while I was living just across a little patch of water. After the film, I walked all the way back.
And now we come to the last three ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility