It’s a couple of years since I visited the Rock, but I would recommend that you do go in as soon as it opens because as others have said it gets very busy by about 10am. This is fine if you like people pictures.
There is a ruined Abbey about half a mile away which will also provide photo opportunities, and a vista of the Rock. There is a footpath from near the Rock entrance, or you can drive there.
As you come out of the car park there is a row of cottages/shops on the right, one of which is/was a good café with a pleasant garden opposite.
Apart from that enjoy the day, and do not, whatever you do, save film.
No chance of us saving film Dave, thanks for your contribution.
Hi Cath, luckily Cashel isn't too far away...I should be able to cope. Speaking as a former rally driver having one learner in my car (my man) was enough. You can provide the natter (that is if I don't freak you out!...with my driving).
I did put in a special request.. but it seems twas in vain..
Weather for Saturday looks decidedly wet and miserable.. Sorry everyone..
Days shooting in the Seychelles anyone???
I hope that this is not the start of a trend for APUG outings, we were unlucky the last time out but if it's bad on Saturday then one would wonder if somebody has it in for us! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you guys.