Our first stop was Duckett's Grove. This castle was built in the 1800s. It is just ruins now, but you can walk around the grounds. It was a Sunday, so nothing was open, but I don't think you can take a tour.
So - the question remains - how did a people, from 6000 years ago - get these stones to balance like this?
We visited Carlow College. It is a really pretty campus in a really pretty town. I am glad we made the stop.
Carlow Cathedral. We couldn't go inside because a ton of masses were going on today. It sits on the campus of Carlow College.
This building was right across the street from the college.
River through Carlow, Ireland
Fountain in the center of Carlow. It was put here as a remembrance of the rebellion of 1798. 600 people of Carlow died trying to fight the British loyalist for their quest for independence.