Hazelbrook Bed and Breakfast
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... in town. It was surprisingly good and a very classy place, as Chinese restaurants go. A nice diversion.
That puts us in our usual evening stop. It's real name is the Bridge Brook Arms . . . we have finally seen the name above the door in the daylight! The regulars are filing in. We will soon be filing out to pack and get ready to set off early tomorrow AM.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... the past 8 hours and would sell it for 225 euros. Very expensive, but I suppose it does require a good deal of labor and time investment after all. We drove to Kilkenny shortly after that, parked in a mall called macdonough junction, and ate at a little restaurant within an alley that served vegetarian pasta. It took us forever to find a damn restaurant that ...
... history of Waterford by using some volunteer participation to play the characters in his story. Talk about bringing a story to life! Once we finished our history lesson, we were off for a little afternoon walk. Our first stop was the oldest building in Waterford which was built in 1003 and has been in constant use since. Today it’s a museum that is open 7 days per week. We visited two cathedrals, an Anglican and Catholic, both designed by ...