Brown's Townhouse

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

Driving On The Left From Avoca to Waterford

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jun 08, 2015

21 photos

... us plenty of time to wander. He even took us up to the roof, which provided an excellent view of the town and river. He pointed out signs of past battles.

We stopped at a tea room to get some coffee. We realized that time was ebbing, so the guys got lunch to go and off we went. The couples went on to Kilkenny, but we detoured to Wexford. We stopped at the Dunbrody Abbey ruins which was well worth the side trip. You pay your fee and ...

The Crystal at Waterford and on to Dublin

A travel blog entry by wombat99 on Oct 01, 2014

22 photos

... blowing, marking and engraving. Their skill was awe inspiring and it was great to hear that new apprentices were about to start training with these men who have up to 40 years experience. Marg made a purchase from the show room to have shipped home and we lunched at the cafe. We then walked across the road to Christ Church Cathedral but thought the better of walking further as we had a two ...

Visiting Waterford

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 04, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... beer.  Near to Reginald's Tower is the Waterford Crystal Visitor's Center.  We took the tour through the factory watching the glass blowers and the various craftsmen etching the beautiful crystal.  I don't Believe there was much in my price range, but it was interesting and time well spent. Nearby was the beautiful. Christ Church Cathedral, a Protestant cathedral with 18th century Georgian architecture. ...

Surprising Ireland

A travel blog entry by graemea on Aug 12, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... with solid colour. The farms were neatly maintained with row after row of rock fences. At this time of year the farmers are busy with their harvests, so there was no end in sight of bales and rolls of feed.

Ireland is certainly green – the locals always joke of their weather: Summer it rains, Spring it rains, Autumn it rains, but in Winter, it snows. We were very lucky, and even with the remnants of ex-typhoon Bertha crossing ...

Did that really happen?

A travel blog entry by mylittletrip on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

Before landing back in the Emerald Isle I had a week in Europe to help ease myself back into normality and allow myself time to start adjusting to the fact the trip is practically over. My entry point was Madrid, I've never been and one day and night here is not enough to see everything. So I didn't even bother, I just rambled around the city centre. Loving the fact I didn't have to avoid stepping in dog ***** every thirty seconds. This gave me more time to ***** and moan ...