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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeacourt House Tramore
Tom was a fine host. He led us into town to lead us to a place to eat late in the evening, and cooked us a great breakfast.
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... we only had the one wet day and that was in Belfast. As we drove around, our guide played the song "Fourty Shades of Green" – how apt for Ireland.
Our tour traversed the island from Waterford to the west coast, stopping at Killarney, then north to Limerick, Sligo, into Northern Island to Belfast, then back into the Republic to Dublin, for our ferry ride across to Liverpool.
Along the way we tried the Irish traditionals ...
The cemeteries were like the ones you’ve seen in films, right beside the church. It’s not something I’ve seen at home, but maybe I wasn’t in the right area. Walking inside the church there were grave stones dating by to the 1800s.
We left here and had dinner at a favourite spot of John and Kay’s, before driving back to their home. We passed a village called Hollywood. It even ...
... Four Irish guys. And we talked and went for a pint (of water for me because I am cheap like that) and that was that. Today I learned two things. Jugglers stand out like neon signs to other jugglers. EJc is getting closer. And... Jumping in the Irish sea with no more than a bikini on when you can't swim is a class act I will not be repeating again. I think I need floaties. Lisa ...
... Jim and Wendy cacked themselves. This bloke was quick as and he managed to send up every nationality in the pub: French, English, Welsh (mainly sheep jokes), American and German. But not Australian ("You can't offend Australians...They just don't give a ****") When he asked if there were any Germans there, and got yells from about 15 people he said, "I've got a bone to pick with you people. ...
... of 1963, about a month prior to his assassination. The Kennedy family was originally from this area, and had returned to visit his ancestral home at the time of the visit. About a couple of weeks prior to our driving through town, a monument to Kennedy was unveiled near the bridge crossing the River Barrow, so we were able to view it as we passed. The other point of interest was the replica of the Dunbrody Famine Ship, which was located near the John ...