“Bru na Boinne” is the name of a Boyne River Valley section that is home to the World Heritage sites consisting of the Tumulus Sidhe known as “Knowth”, “Dowth”, and “Newgrange”. These monuments are the largest and one of the most important prehistoric megalithic sites in Europe that consist of a complex of neolithic chamber tombs, standing stones, henges, and other prehistoric enclosures dating as early as 35th century B.C.E. (predating the Egyptian pyramids)
a legendary mermaid supposedly sat her and sang songs, giving it the name “Well of the Song”.
The Martin River that runs through the estate is believed to be possessed by ghosts of salmons leaping for ghosts of flies. Enchanted cows walk from the depths of the lake to graze on the meadows below the castle. There is also a glade where Faeries are believed to be at play.
Racehorse Falls, Near Welcome and Deming, Washington State. A beautiful short hike in the Pacific Northwest’s rainforest, climbing trails along a mushroom-rich fern gully with a magnificent waterfall as its destination. Easy to get to, relaxing, mesmerizing.