Bye bye Ireland!
It was a great pleasure to visit you; hopefully not the last time. 🙂
Ireland – Green Phone Booth
Of course, a phone booth has to be green in Ireland. 🙂
Keep Calm and enjoy Ireland 😉
Going till the end of the month, a few more pictures from “nowhere”.
Take a walk, and enjoy Irish landscapes. 🙂
Ireland – Poulnabrone dolmen
Poulnabrone is a large dolmen located in the Burren, Ireland.
It dates to the Neolithic period. It’s quite interesting place; highly recommend! 🙂
Ireland – Bunratty
Bunratty – is another nice village with a castle.
Ireland – Birr
Birr – a nice town with a castle.
Ashford Castle Hotel – Ireland
Ashford Castle is a 5 star hotel with two cute dogs. 🙂
Ireland – Ashford Castle
Doesn’t it look like “can I live here”? 😉
yeah, probably has some drawbacks…
Ireland – Malahide Castle
How do you like this magical stairs of the Malahide Castle & Gardens?
The place is much bigger than shown on this picture, and trust me, it looks nice from each side. 🙂
During our short stay in Ireland, we met a number of cute birds. 🙂
Well, trafic jam sometimes looks like that. 😉
Ireland – Kinvara
Some houses in Kinvara are really cute. 🙂
Ireland – Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara
Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara – doesn’t it look like a lovely place?
Ireland – Kilkenny Castle
Kilkenny Castle is one of many nice Irish castles. 🙂
In Ireland and the UK there are many nice pubs “everywhere”.
Visit one and enjoy the atmosphere. 😉
What is the most famous Irish beer? 😉
Ashford Castle, Ireland
And today the last post of “my favourite something of Ireland” – castles.
Oh, that’s a long story, so many amazing castles, so again too difficult to choose the best one; all look stunning.
I’m sorry Ireland, I’m not able to say what’s the most beautiful there, I like almost everything. 🙂
(p.s. there has to be something what I don’t like, but I don’t remember 😀 )
To continue from yesterday, “my favourite nowhere of Ireland” is in many places;
simply many places are so nice and it’s difficult to choose the best one.
Yesterday I wrote that the Cliffs of Moher are not “the best of Ireland”,
but I didn’t say what is it then. Of course, it’s only my private opinion, but I think there are many lovely places in this country and it’s difficult to choose the best one.
So, “my favourite nature of Ireland” is in many places, all green areas are great. 🙂