Irish National Stud (Kildare) Reviews
Description:Located I mile east of Kildare and 25 miles south west of Dublin in Tully, County Kildare. Tel: +353.(0)45.522963. Fax: ... more
Newest Review: ... get your feet wetif it has ben raining) further along the way you are given a choice of choosing an easy life or the rockier path of a successful career. You can also choose a single life or marriage. Until finally you reach the end of life on a small hill under some interestingly shaped trees and pass through the gateway of eternity. Along the way you encounter bridges and stepping stones ... more
Customer Irish National Stud (Kildare) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/10/01, updated on 24/10/01 (Very useful, 102 readings)
My reason for visiting the National Stud was of course to see the horses however the most memorable part of the day was a walk around the Japanese garden. On entry I was given a guide which directs you to follow the 'Path of Life'. The garden has various landmarks for you to find taking you from birth to death. Along the way you enter the tunnel of ignorance - a dark cave (beware you could get your feet wetif it has ben raining) further along the way you are given a choice of choosing an easy life or the rockier path of a successful career. You can also choose a single life or marriage. Until finally you reach the end of life on a small hill ... Read the complete review
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