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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cocoa with Cadbury chocolate, Bridgie felt inclinded to tell Aunt Mary about what I like, and so she’s kindly brought me in a cup of cocoa each night now so far in maynooth!), Bulmers: 2, Potatoes: 7, Guiness: 0
Walked around Maynooth! Maynooth castle was closed/locked up, but a feller was kind and tried to help me, walked ALL around Maynooth university/St Patrick’s college, absolutely stunning. Ran across an old cemetary for ...
... It was probably the entombment mound of Sláine, the Fir Bolg King.
The mound also has fascinating alignments with other prehistoric sites, and in mythology may have an astronomical connection.
I had great fun exploring the ruins; lookout for the carving of a reptilian dragon, see if you can catch a glimpse of the gargoyle staring at you.
Daddy told me I slept through the whole night. I felt pretty good, but I seem to have something going on in my mouth. Mummy and Daddy were given a huge breakfast this morning, and Daddy actually ate it (he said he didn't feel great though). We said bye-bye to Margaret and Mickey, then we jumped in the car, so I decided to take a nap. I woke up and Daddy was taking me out of the car. We went into a house and a nice man picked me up. His nice wife served ...
... but the earl showed little interest in them. His visits had become by this time rare and stormy occurrences. The malicious gossip of some of the household particularly that of the woman who had previously held his affections had poisoned Robert against his wife. He charged Mary with being unfaithful to him naming Arthur, his brother, as the partner. His brother George is said to have been a witness to the accusation, and in the possession of the ...
... the grounds that weekend. It was a bit like a mini Glastonbury, but at least the stewards recognised that we were visiting the house and gardens, not the festival, and guided us through the throng to the visitors’ car park. Admission was half price today, as part of the park was closed for the festival. That suited us fine as all we wanted to see was still open. There are some lovely gardens ...