S: Ireland 2012
BC: Holiday Memories Warm Even The Coldest Of Days
FC: Ireland 2012
1: Some Bunny's Having An Easter Egg Hunt | Travis
2: Rock of Cashel | For more than 1000 years the Rock of Cashel was a symbol of power and the seat of kings and churchmen who ruled over the region. In the 4th century the Rock of Cashel was chosen as a base by the Eóghanachta clan from Wales, who went on to conquer much of Munster and become kings of the region. For some 400 years it rivaled Tara as a center of power in Ireland. The clan was associated with St Patrick, hence the Rock's alternative name of St Patrick's Rock.
3: Hore Abbey
5: Manor Sweet Manor | Adare Manor might not have existed were it not for the 2nd Earl of Dunraven succumbing to gout in the 1830s. From what is known of him, he appears to have been a vigorous man, always to be found outside enjoying the chase or the hunt. Rebuilding his Georgian house to make it fit for a Gothic romance was unlikely to have often preoccupied him. But the onset of his disease soon changed that. The physical sensitivities and pains that are typical of gout effectively made the Earl an invalid. He can't have been a happy man with the chief passions of his life cut off from him, but his wife did not let matters rest. Lady Caroline soon planted in her husbands mind the seed of a vast scheme, one, which would offer the Earl renewed purpose and fresh challenges, which could be met from a chair indoors rather than a saddle outside.
7: The Blarney Stone is a block of bluestone built into the battlements of Blarney Castle in 1446. According to legend kissing the stone endows the kisser with great eloquence or skill at flattery.
9: Cliffs of Moher
10: A Day in Galway
12: salthill sea