Ireland
Enniskerry

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10 travelers at this place:

  • Day11

    Dublin - Day 11

    May 1, 2017 in Ireland

    Woke up this morning feeling rather groggy! After a slow morning the Mallon's and the Leek's make it on the road for a trip out into the Mountains. The day is an absolute pearler, and we go to Powerscourt, a stunning gentry house and gardens! The kids had a ball rolling and sliding down the massive lawns and the adults enjoy the most magnificent gardens. The weather and walk significantly improve our demeanour and we then drive on to a spectacular view from Laragh. A quick pint @ Foxy Jon's and then back to the Mallon's for a BBQ dinner and just the one wine!!! Early to bed as we are on the plane to Dad's hometown of Ipswich tomorrow!Read more

  • Day20

    Powerscourt House & Gardens

    August 27, 2017 in Ireland

    Powerscourt House & Gardens are a beautiful country estate lying in beautiful slopes of the Wicklow Mountains. The original castle was built in 13th century. In 1961 it was sold to a very well known family, the Slazenger Family, known for their sports business. You can also visit its huge garden full of plants from all over the world. Our Hotel was actually on the same estate, just close to the House.Read more

  • Day21

    Glendalough

    August 28, 2017 in Ireland

    This is one of the earliest monastic settlements in the world. It was founded in the 6th century. It is lying in a very beautiful valley, which has been formed by glaciers. You can still see the original remains of the settlements.

  • Day22

    Dublin - Home

    August 29, 2017 in Ireland

    What a journey we made in about 3 weeks time. Ireland is really a very beautiful and interesting country. There is so much to discover. One trip is not enough. We travelled Ireland by train, car and on foot. Each is a great way to discover the country, especially on foot. You get much closer to nature, culture and people. Weatherwise, it is a different story. you need to have waterproof clothes, at least the time we were there (august). But even rain can do pretty well on a photo. It will definitely not be our last trip to Ireland.Read more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Enniskerry, Áth na Sceire

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