When I was younger I remember seeing old black and white photos of my nan, my grandad, and my mum kissing the Blarney Stone and telling me about the whole ‘gift of the gab’ thing; I’ve always wanted to do it - so I did today 🤷🏼♀️🇮🇪☘️ #blarneystone#ireland#sunday#lastweekendhere
Day 11 in Ireland; ~ Last day of our tour we made our way to Blarney Castle where we toured the beautiful gardens and made our way to to the top of the castle to kiss the famous stone ! The lineup can get quite long so make sure you kiss the stone before you explore the grounds ~ Stopped and looked at ruins of Ormond Castle,we lucked out and the rain stopped just as we pulled up so we were able to walk you close and see the view if the valley ~ Returned to Dublin and finished up the day with a great night out or as the Irish say 'great craic' with our wonderful guides William and Emma
So many amazing times in #Ireland and I am compiling the most epic album that I will share. But until then, here is my attempt at kissing the famous #blarneystone to bring me all the eloquence. I don’t think it worked. #Ireland
Blarney Castle was built nearly six hundred years ago and has walls that are 18 feet thick in places. The Blarney Stone, the legendary Stone of Eloquence, is found at the top of the tower. Kiss it and you'll never again be lost for words.
Blarney Castle | Cork | Ireland