|The door was pretty impressive.|
|Beautiful stained glass|
|The organ was also pretty impressive|
We took to the streets to check out the town:
|Loved the thatched roof|
|Apparently, this used to be where the milk market was, but I couldn't find any history for it.|
|Loved the facade on this building|
|We saw this guy & had no idea|
|This was outside of a building.|
|The Church is on a hill and is quite impressive|
|This is what we saw when we walked in.|
|Side altar...not a great picture because of the lack of light|
|As we walked out, the sight was equally as beautiful.|
As we walked out, M pointed out the sky:
The next morning we were on a mission to find St. Mary's Well. M had it on her list of things to see, but we had a really hard time finding it. I checked and found that it was "in a parking lot". As it turned out, you have to walk through an alley next to the Town Hall. We thought it was actually in a parking lot, but we couldn't find it there.
And we finally found it:
|When we first saw it, we weren't sure it was it.|
|We asked a couple of locals who had no idea what we were talking about.|
|While you can't get to the water in the well, there is a tap where you can.|
I found an article that said that there is a brief service and a Rosary recitation every August 15th at the site. It's just so incredibly sad that it's tucked away without any signs on the main road directing people to it.
Having accomplished the finding of the well, we found our way to the tour company to take our day tour to the Dingle Peninsula. Come back on Thursday to see the highlights!