Glendine Country House

Address: Wexford, Arthurstown, County Wexford, Province of Leinster, Ireland | B&B
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    A travel blog entry by harrislazarus on Jun 10, 2015

    ... another one, which the Canadians recommended. Apparently they went the night before and anyone is invited to play music, no matter what your skill level is. Unfortunately on this night that wasn't the case, but we still had a great time. The place is called Hole in the Wall, and the name says it all. It has been around since 1582, and claims to be the smallest oldest bar in Ireland. Inside is a handful of people...the 'bartender' (who doubled as a ...

    Driving On The Left From Avoca to Waterford

    A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... out to be a pedestrian/delivery drop off street! Quickly I got off that and found a place to park. We met up with the couples and walked to St. Aidans which was built betweern 1812 and 1852. It is a Gothic Revival church. Very pretty.

    A short walk away was Enniscorthy Castle, an intact stone edifice. We payed the admission and you have a choice of wandering on your own or a tour so we took a tour. Our guide was informative and ...

    Our Last day in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... car concerns, we still had a few hours before we needed to be back. We passed a sign to Johnstown Castle about 15 minutes up the road from the port. So, back we went. The castle of ancient history is gone (mostly), but there is a beautiful estate mansion that was built in the 1800s and lived in by the family until 1942, when Lady Whatever croaked. In 1945, her son realized that the family fortune ...

    Episode 10

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... grow at 1cm per 100 years he shows them a photo he took in 1958 of one particular pair that are easily seen by visitors, in less than 60 years they have grown about 2cm.

    Unlike most tourist caves this one has a long history. It has been known about since ancient times and the Vikings are responsible for the many skeletons that were found in the cave, the result of some battle in 928AD with people from the rings forts in this area. D tried to take a ...

    A bit of the Blarney to the oldest pub in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by suelacey on Aug 30, 2013

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    ... or 2 steps at a time but it's quite confined and a bit squeezy at the top. There's a rope to hold onto in the centre of the spiral and the steps are uneven. The view from the top is great.

    Didn't have much time to check out the gardens etc.

    Next stop was Youghall Pronounced " yawl" which is a historic, seaside walled city from the Viking age. We strolled around the harbour and its environs the watched ...