One of my favorite bloggers I follow, The Silver Voice, posted this at the end of May, and I think it is worthwhile experiencing … otherwise I wouldn’t have posted it. T
This week I enjoyed a stroll around Bunratty where I had gone to meet an internet blog friend from the USA who had been in Ireland doing some research for a book. (What a fascinating and interesting woman Janet Maher is – she blogs at Mahermatters.com). It was a warm,sunny afternoon – just perfect for an amble in this world-famous tiny village. Bunratty lies between Limerick City and Shannon Airport on the Limerick to Galway road, and is one of Ireland’s premier tourist attractions. It is particularly pleasant now that the heavy traffic has been diverted to a bypass, making it a great place for pedestrians and for those who wish to stop a while.
Dating from 1425, Bunratty Castle was restored in the 1960s. It is now Ireland’s most complete medieval fortress,open to the public and hosting the daily world-famous medieval banquets. Bunratty Castle is part of the…
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