Kilkenny Castle is an ancient delight, treating visitors to classical music recitals, exhibitions, and ornamental gardens – a far cry from the symbol of Norman power and occupation it was when first built in 1213. Step through the massive doors, and you'll be floored at the knowledge that this castle was sold to the people of Kilkenny in 1967 for a mere £50!
GO GREEN TIP #119: Responsible Travel to National Parks
From trash and vandalism to veering off trail and threatening fragile ecosystems, not all National Park visitors follow the "leave no trace" philosophy. Check out these Responsible Travel Tips for National Parks visitors and help to preserve America’s best idea for future generations!
iWalk Pelynt to St Nonna's Well - a circular walk in the West Looe valley to St Nun's Well where it is said that if a bent pin is not left as an offering, clouds of piskies will accompany the visitor home and cause mischief - 6.4 miles - Moderate - http://iwkc.co.uk/w/233. Photos on the route: https://uk.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-pelynt-to-st-nonnas-well/