CV Weekly on the Move

Charly and Sabrina Shelton are on their whirlwind trip around Ireland and they took CVWeekly along with them. Here they are in front of Blarney Castle, the famed castle THAT houses the Blarney Stone.
The current keep was conceived and built by the MacCarthys of Muskerry in 1446 on the site of a former wooden structure that dates to the 10th century or earlier. The castle is named for the town, an Bhlarna, which means “little field.” But what it is really known for is the Stone of Eloquence, aka the Blarney Stone- a specific stone at the top of the castle that tourists have been coming to kiss for decades. Origins of the stone vary, but one thing is sure – those who make the pilgrimage to kiss the stone get the Gift of Gab, or the ability to use flattery and eloquent language seamlessly together.
Be sure to follow Charly and Sabrina on the last leg of their trip through social media, and see the backlog of all they’ve seen so far. Follow along on Instagram: @Flynn42 and on Twitter: @CharlyIsAwesome. And if you retweet one of his tweets on Twitter or reblog one of his Ireland trip photos on Instagram and tag him, you will be entered in a drawing to win a souvenir from Ireland! Be sure to share early and share often, as each one is a new entry. Enter now through Saturday, April 1 for your chance to win.