The Fair City
Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is a vibrant city with so much culture, history, and fun exploration. On our last leg of our trip to Ireland, we had one last night in Dublin. One day is nowhere near enough time to spend in this beautiful city.
A Garden with a Journey through Life
The grounds and the gardens at the Irish National Stud are remarkable in beauty and the art of storytelling. The town of Kildare is very old and has several old abbeys. There is one the property that is called Black Abbey. The Knights of Malta road horses through this property near the Black Abbey thousands of years ago on the way to their crusades. Near the sight of the abbey, there is a flag garden. The flags represent all of the countries where the students come from for their training here. There are many fields for the horses to play and have some time with other horse friends. The two main gardens are the Japanese Garden and the St. Fiachra’s Garden.
Invincible Spirit and the foals
In County Kildare in Ireland, the lifestyle is all about horses and racehorses. In Ireland, Goff’s is the thoroughbred horse sale name that is known worldwide. There are 55,000 Goff’s horses in the country. We visited the Irish National Stud and Gardens, a working thoroughbred horse farm in the town of Tully.
Adare, a Picturesque Irish Village
Adare Village a scenic picturesque quintessential Irish village with thatched roof houses, medieval churches, and fairy forts. The area around Adare is home to many wealthy Irish families among some famous Irish names like the Fitzgerald's.
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