Ireland
County Offaly

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  • Day2

    Clonmacnoise

    April 22 in Ireland

    Heute nach ist ein fettes Regengebiet über uns hinweg gezogen. Heute morgen kam aber schon passend zum Frühstück die Sonne wieder raus. Anschließend ging es direkt zur Klosterruine Clonmacnoise. Wir waren so ziemlich die ersten Gäste hier, somit konnte wir auch in Ruhe Bilder machen 😊

  • Day2

    Charville Castle

    March 22, 2017 in Ireland

    Leider war das Schloss nicht für Besucher geöffnet - halt absolute Nebensaison.

    Charleville Castle is a Gothic-style castle located in County Offaly, Ireland, bordering the town of Tullamore, near the River Clodiagh. It is considered one of the finest of its type in the country.

    (Wikipedia)

  • Day5

    Day 1 in Ireland: Dublin -> Birr

    May 31, 2017 in Ireland

    What a day. It has officially been at least 48 hours since I've slept. I'm not even going to talk about the stressful flight, we made it to Ireland! There's already so many stories, like the rental car dude, driving on the wrong side of the road, and getting lost multiple times in Dublin. We started at the Guinness factory and did the tour of how it's made, ending at the Gravity Bar with our free pints and a 360° view of the city. From there we made our way to our AirBnB in Birr. Since arriving in Birr we've all been pretty delirious but managed to stay awake until 10:30. We brought our bags in and took a walk around the cute little town. We saw the outside of Birr Castle, got fish and chips (It's national fish and chips day, they were half off), and wandered for a bit before returning to the beautiful house we're staying in. We talked about plans for tomorrow and the rest of our time and are now ready for bed. I would honestly go into more details but I cannot tell you the last time I've been this tired. So enjoy some pictures instead!

    Sidenote: it crossed my mind this morning that I didn't clarify something about out the Guinness storehouse yesterday. I definitely did not finish my beer, nor did Becky or Sarah. It matters though cuz I am the one driving so I really just sipped on it for about 5 minutes and left it there.
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  • Day1

    The Copper Pot Still

    March 21, 2017 in Ireland

    Pup gefunden und niedergelassen. Für Speis und Trank ist gesorgt.
    Die Bilder sprechen für sich, so muss ich nicht sagen was es zu essen und zu trinken gab.
    Nach dem Essen gab es noch Live Musik und das an einem Dienstagabend.
    Nach einer zweiten Runde Jameson und ein, zwei Ständchen wurde die Zeche bezahlt und es ging zurück zum B&B.

  • Day2

    Tullamore Dew Est. 1829

    March 22, 2017 in Ireland

    Nach den rund sechs Kilometer zum Charleville Castle (hin & zurück) ging es erst mal zum Mittagessen in die Destillerie Tullamore. Hier wurde traditionell Fish & Chips gespeist bevor es im Anschluss zur Whiskey Verkostung ging.

    Leider nix verstanden aber der Whisky 🥃 war lecker.

  • Day2

    Tullamore City

    March 22, 2017 in Ireland

    Ein wenig Streetfotografie aus Tullamore.

    Tullamore (irisch Tulach Mhór „Großer Hügel“) ist eine Stadt in der Grafschaft Offaly in der Republik Irland.

    Tullamore hat 11.375 Einwohner (Stand: 2011), befindet sich in den irischen Midlands und ist die Hauptstadt der Grafschaft Offaly. Es ist das wirtschaftliche und industrielle Zentrum der Region. Bekannt ist der Ort international insbesondere durch die Whiskeymarke Tullamore Dew. (Wikipedia)Read more

  • Day5

    Tullamore D.E.W. Distillery

    May 29, 2016 in Ireland

    We started off the day today with a beautiful day blue sky and a visit to the Tullamore Distillery, one of Jon's favorite whiskeys. As we've toured many distilleries, nothing out of the ordinary per say, but a must stop. Next we hit the road and found a local graveyard to explore. Found a marker with the name Lawton, as so many names changed in immigration, could this be where Lawson originated? Next up came the Charlesville Castle. It is currently be renovated, but that's what Jon like about it. You could still see it in a state of some ruin. Antonio was our guide and still learning English, but did a great job. At the entrance to the castle was a 900 year old Oak, pretty amazing. I had forgotten from my time in England that things either don't open or close early on Sundays. Finding food for dinner became a challenge. We finally moved onto Althone, where Jon's ancestors were baptised and found it to be a very booming city. We came upon Murphy's Law (pub) and got pizza and a beer. I noticed a man at the bar that in my opinion resembled Jon so I asked him his name. Low and behold it was Thomas Curley. What are the chances? A distant relative only God knows, but it was nice talking to him. Found a last minute B&B to stay at so turned in for the day.Read more

  • Day7

    18-03-09 Clonmacnoise

    March 9 in Ireland

    Tagestrip ins Zentrum von Irland nach Clonmacnoise. https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clonmacnoise
    Nach so viel Kultur und Informationen zu den Kelten noch einen Abstecher nach Athlone für einen leckeren Kaffee.
    Die erste Woche ist wie im Flug vergangen, am Abend keinen Ausflug in einen Pub in Galway mehr stattdessen Planung für den nächsten Tag, bei gutem Wetter geht es morgen in Richtung Cliften.

  • Day2

    Clonmacnoise

    August 13, 2016 in Ireland

    Unser erstes Ziel: CLONMACNOISE – eine pittoresk gelegene Klosterruine mit altem, keltischen Friedhof. Im Informations-Center haben wir einen Film über die Geschichte dieses einst wichtigen Ortes – sogar auf Deutsch – sehen können.

    Dann ging es weiter nach Castlebar.

You might also know this place by the following names:

Uíbh Fhailí, Uibh Fhaili, County Offaly

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