|One of the barrels|
used for fermentation.
|This is the lease that started it all.|
|The Guinnes Harp.|
The last day in Dublin was spent traveling by our bus all around and one of the sites we saw was St. Patrick's Cathedral. The cathedral was in the center of a park where families were enjoying the day and it was surrounded with plaques that honored the writers of Ireland.
|St. Patrick's Cathedral|
|The park was beautiful.|
|This is just one of the plaques that|
were within the church park around
|Usually the plots between the hedgerows were |
filled with sheep - after all it was lambing
The drive by itself was lovely, but the destination took my breath away. Glendalough is an example of
|The entrance to the Glendalough |
community was through a stone gate
which led to one of the most intriguing
historical sites we saw in Ireland.
|The site had a small museum that held|
many stone crosses and a layout of
what the monastic village look like in
its early days as well.
|One of the first sites was St. Kevin's|
|The cemetery was huge and is|
still used today. In the background
is another view of St. Kevin's Church.
|This is the outside of the cathedral on the site |
which though it had no roof was still a beautiful
|St. Kevin's Church|
|St. Kevin's Cross|