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... excellent. Went shopping, thinking of my beautiful Sis, you would be in heaven!!! Love the city, small, very colorful, many babies, dogs, elderly and handicap all seem happy, healthy and meet you with a smile. Weather has been sunny and high 50's all week. Everywhere you go the huge castle stands like a sentinel. This is a walled medeival city. Meandered back to our Butler House. Had a little rest, then off to dinner at Bollards. Every pub we enter has ...
... has them all. In addition to the castle, there's St. Canice's Cathedral and round tower, Rothe House, Shee Alms House, Black Abbey, St. Mary's Cathedral, Kilkenny Town Hall, St. Francis Abbey, Grace's Castle, and St. John's Priory. And the town itself makes for interesting walks- it's a well-preserved medieval town and hosts all kinds of festivals and cultural events.
But Tipperary is home to the Irish Hurling Champions, and Kilkenny is ...
... some tea, juice, and scones and then set out on our own for a stroll around the grounds. We walked around the Japanese Gardens, which were very pretty and peaceful. We then walked up and down the lanes of the paddocks of some of the National Stud's beautiful geldings and mares. Even though it rained fairly steadily, we didn't mind because it was "a fine soft rain" and we pretty much had the entire place to ourselves. It was very nice and the horses were beautiful. At noon ...
... supposedly is to give the gift of the gab. Local lore has it that fluids other than saliva coat the stone....so Tim & Maddi were careful not to plant their lips on it!
Next stop is Cobh (pronounced Cove). The Titanic made its last stop here before its fateful journey in 1912. Cobh was also the last glimpse of Ireland for those who emigrated during the famine. There was a time that this town was called Queenstown (including the time when ...
... the Irish flute, (like an angel) the harmonica, the accordion, the spoons and some type of drum.
I couldn't stop staring at them, they sounded so beautiful.
Well, I stopped for a bit for a bit when two total Irish strangers, came and sat with me and chatted me up!!! One was so very very very!!!!!!!!
We had so much fun. Sean, the singer kept singing songs with Boston in them and dedicating them to me. He also gave me a ...