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Ireland

Killarney to Waterford

sunny 63 °F

After a nice dinner and some Irish music at one of the local pubs, we went to bed ready for another great day. From Killarney, we headed to our final town of Waterford. On the way, we had to take in the Blarney Castle and my two traveling mates had to kiss the Blarney Stone (I have kissed it twice already so I passed). It was another beautiful day. The Irish has now open the Victorian mansion that is part of the property, but our travel schedule precluded visiting that. We did have a nice lunch in the Stable Cafe though.

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From Blarney, we headed to Cashin to view the Rock of Cashin - the 12th century Cathedral of St. Patrick. It is one of Ireland's more important historical landmarks and is really impressive. They a currently renovating about half of the Cathedral.

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And then on to Waterford. A pretty long day - more than 170 km driven.

Posted by rpickett 09:59 Archived in Ireland Tagged to waterford killaney

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