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Haunted Castles, Crooked Toilet Seats and Driving Bunny Lane




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Here are a couple of photos from my Blog to whet your appetite.

Michele



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Michele,

Thanks for your report. All of the places we stayed had very good toilet seats.

Frank



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Loving this ... smile

Dunno if I've ever driven on YOUR Bunny Lane ...  confuse confuse confuse

But, I HAVE driven on a FEW of my own! biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin

The "Road" past castle Donovan -- meandering up, over the mountain, into the Mealagh Valley, is one that comes to mind ...

MAGICAL Places.  Mystical Places.

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We walked by Bunny Field when in Cushendall, does that count? There must have been at least 20 bunnies hopping about as we walked by...

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Bob, Everyone has their own "Bunny Lane".

Christy, Absolutely!

I'm hoping to find more Bunny Lanes on my next trip. Maybe they are only meant to be seen once. Familiarity with them might spoil the magic.

Michele

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OH, Michele, what a gorgeous photo of that castle...it looks like a fairy-tale! At least, I think it's a castle...maybe not. I can't wait to read your trip report! Time for bed at the moment. aww



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Melissa,

That "castle" is Blarney House. Believe it or not, that is the very first time I've ever visited it. It has always been closed on all my other visits. Well worth a tour, if open.

Michele

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They only opened the house for tours last year, haven't been in myself but intend to spend the extra 5 euro each next time we head down that way.

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Tony,

The grounds were beautiful in the spring. Everything was blooming. I only wish I could have taken photos inside Blarney House, but like lots of places like that it is not allowed. I had to satisfy the "photo bug" by taking pics outside instead. The house is lived-in and although historic is not as "museum-like" as a lot of other places. I could have moved right in. No invite yet!

Michele

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