Brown's Townhouse

Address: 29 South Parade, Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Waterford

A hurricane in Ireland

A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 21, 2014

4 photos

... of Irish people to America to escape the devastation caused by the potato famine.

We ended the day in Waterford with a walking tour of the historic district. The Vikings came here to pillage but ended up staying and founding what we know as Waterford today.

In the hotel bar there was live music - a country western singer! We will be in Killarney tomorrow and we know where to go there for real Irish music!
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Surprising Ireland

A travel blog entry by graemea on Aug 12, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... show testament to this concerted action by Cromwell over a two year period); and the “Potato Famine” of the mid 1800s – abandoned ruins of houses are dotted across the landscape – this was when the population of Ireland was reduced by about 50% to only 4.5 million. The final event to shape Ireland of course was then separation of the north and south and then the independence of the south to form the Republic ...

Last day in Ireland :*(

A travel blog entry by karenmorlock on Apr 10, 2014

7 photos

... the modern locks and the rooms are anything but a typical hotel room! The room we had contained two twin beds side by side, a double bed and another twin bed in a little alcove right behind the door into the room. The size of the room itself is considered huge by most European standards, which is nice when you’ve got three women in a room! Tonight was an early night as tomorrow starts at the crack of dawn and we’re off to Wales.

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Crystal, Crystal Everywhere!

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 11, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... showroom/factory. It's set right in the middle of town, an icon of modernity amongst the old churches. The factory is much smaller than I had imagined. They had a handful of people on each tour, going from station to station inside the factory. The tour guide wore a headset and would simply unplug and plug the headset in at every stop on the tour. I cannot describe how amazing it is to watch the artists actually making a piece. The ...

Cardiff-Waterford

A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 10, 2013

4 photos

... in County Wexford. Things I learned today: Metric is used in Ireland but English don't use it as metric was invented by the French. An inch was the length of Henry VIII's first indexing his thumb. He noticed twelve thumbs equalled his foot and three feet equalled his arm and six feet was his height and should be called a fathom. English use miles but Irish use kilometers. English still use pound sterling as money unit. ...