Monday, November 6, 2017

Swinside Stone Circle

Castlerigg Stone Circle

Fountains Abbey

Salisbury Cathedral

Magna Carta

Old Sarum - original location


Avebury Stone Circle

Glastonbury Tor

Ley lines cross

Tintagel Castle

Said to be the birthplace of King Arthur

Lindisfarne Castle

Only accessible twice a day.

Isle of Staffa

At Fingal’s Cave a band of basalt rock runs under the sea. It surfaces in Ireland at the Giant's Causeway.

This ( is how they're connected.

Gaelic name means "Cave of Melody"


Rock of Cashel

Web site
Places to eat

The castle is up on top of the hill so the views are great. The structure has some interesting history. It is relatively small so not much time is needed to take it all in.

If you have people with you with difficulty walking, drop them off further up the hill towards the castle entrance and then double back to park in the parking lot. The climb from the lot can be tough on older folks, as it goes straight up the hill.

Take the tour- the guides are so good at what they do. Little tip- the 'official' car park is €4.50. On street parking is much cheaper than that, so don't waste your money-park on the street!!

Devenish Island

Stone tower

Giant's Causeway