Rock of Cashel (Cashel) Reviews
Newest Review: ... near the main entrance (arrange prior to visit) and a large car park at the base of the rock. You pay 4 Euroís for a whole dayís parking, although many people are fairly friendly and seem happy to offer you their pass if they are leaving. On the rock there are a few buildings. The main entrance building (Hall of the Vicars) houses a few bits of rare silverware and weapons and also St Patrickís cross. Also in this building there is a short film you can watch that takes about 20 minutes that explains the history of the site. It is run regularly in different languages (English, German, French and Italian) so check what time your pre... more
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by - written on 03/10/07 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Having recently returned from a few days in Ireland (the second time in 3 years) I thought I should write about some of the places I have been. As there are separate categories on Dooyoo for many of the places I have been then Iíll start here at Cashel with the Rock of Cashel. Cashel was not somewhere I had heard of but in terms of size itís a fairly mid-range town for Ireland, there are a fair few shops and a few places to see. Itís also a busy tourist area. My brother in law mentioned about it as it is a famous archeological site and him being an Indiana Jones type (currently working on an IT helpdesk) wanted to go. The main place we went was ... Read the complete review
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