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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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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... he is home by himself. I got this sudden image of him eating alone at night and I suddenly decided to invite him out with me for dinner. I thought about it quickly, in the split second where your brain thinks 1000 miles an hour, but I just felt the need to do it-sometimes we have to trust in the Lord and think what would he do in the same situation. The old man's name is Michael. He has white hair, a jolly expression and sparkling blue eyes.
Michael jumped at the ...
... 4 euros when leaving the car park but I didn't have change and there was no one to assist. So I asked another family, who were visiting if they could change a note, but she just gave me the 2 euros I needed. Everyone is sooooo nice here. Glad I didn't have to stay in the car park overnight. Then onto Waterford and Tramore which is on the other side of Waterford and a seaside town, where I am staying the night at the Glenorney By the Sea ...
We left the TTs heading out to find the craic in Killarney on Wednesday night. What they found was a large pub with good food and music that started at 9pm. "Great", they thought. The food was fine but the music was not a typical Irish traditional Irish band but a lone Scotsman ("Call me Scotty") who entertained for two hours. He sang lots of Irish ballads with a few well-known modern songs, but he ...
Day 3 Drove to Glendalough and explored Wicklow mountains. I did so much walking that the base of the toes on my right foot started hurting whenever I put weight on it. Glendalough was a monastic settlement where saint Kevin lived. No idea who that was, but apparently he was important. After leaving Glendalough we drove the entire military road back to South Dublin. We ate at "la pizza" on o'connell street, and went straight back to agata's ...
... associated with Ireland. She talked about the four different provinces that make up Ireland. Of the four, we will be traveling through three of them, Leinster, Munster, and Connacht. Unfortunately, we won’t be going into Ulster, where the city of Belfast is located. The East coast of Ireland is much more gentle of a beach area than the west coast, which is generally more rugged and rocky. We traveled out of Rosslare which is located in the ...