Cashel House Hotel
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... 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 ...
The cemeteries were like the ones you’ve seen in films, right beside the church. It’s not something I’ve seen at home, but maybe I wasn’t in the right area. Walking inside the church there were grave stones dating by to the 1800s.
We left here and had dinner at a favourite spot of John and Kay’s, before driving back to their home. We passed a village called Hollywood. It even ...
this morning we started with breakfast at our hotel. slept great, BTW. I had these awesome banana pancakes. Tom went for the Irish breakfast..including blood sausage which he enjoyed. four kinds of meat with his breakfast, wow. Walked to the Rock of Cashel, which is the ruins of a cathedral and monastery. Good visit, great cemetery. Stopped at the bakery on the way out of town. Totally yummy and so cheap. chocolate chocolate chip muffin and mini loaf of ...
Leaving Kilkenny we headed to Cashel to have a look at a recommended castle. Turning the corning into Cashel it is there before you standing on a mighty rock, the castle, the rock of Cashel. We park the tissue box once again and made our way up the hill to "the rock". Walking into the reception we decided that we would take a stroll around the outside of the castle instead of going into the castle as we still had ...
... on the road.
After dumping our things in our rooms (directly across from each other) we went out on the grass and the kids played and we sat in the sun and got even more pink.
No one was very hungry for dinner after our huge lunch at Powerscourt, so we went inside for Guinness and french fries. Now Finn is up for her bath, and I am sitting in the lobby where nearly seven years ago David and I were taking just-married pictures with our families.