Sion Hill House

Dock Rd., Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland | B&B
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Day 30

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14

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Up early this morning. Too early for our English breakfast. Drove to the ferry port at Holyhead. Loaded the car on and went into the lounge to enjoy the 3.5 hour trip. We disembarked at Dublin and drove through sometimes very heavy rain to Kilkenny (home of the Tobin clan). First stop was Kilkenny castle. Then we took the Kilkenny road train tour to get our bearings. Followed up with a walk around town. Found an Irish pub we had read about and went in for a ...

Our last day in Europe

A travel blog entry by themoloneys

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Spent the morning in Killarney national Park. First we saw Ross Castle from the 1300s with additions and renos through the 1500s, 1700s, 1800s. One of the owners didn't want to pay taxes so he took the roof off and let it go to bits. It was a home, a barrick, and now just a pretty tourist attraction. Next we went to Muckross Abbey a Franciscan monk order lived here until kicked out ...

Wonders of Britain & Ireland - Day 2

A travel blog entry by gaeburnett

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Typical English weather today. Visited Cardiff Castle - Just amazing. Went for a walk around the town and through the market place. Saw Lava bread which is seaweed cooked in a black sauce. Not very nice to look at let alone eat. Then off in the bus to Pembroke Bay where ...

Last day in Ireland :*(

A travel blog entry by karenmorlock

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... the modern locks and the rooms are anything but a typical hotel room! The room we had contained two twin beds side by side, a double bed and another twin bed in a little alcove right behind the door into the room. The size of the room itself is considered huge by most European standards, which is nice when you’ve got three women in a room! Tonight was an early night as tomorrow starts at the crack of dawn and we’re off to Wales.

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Macroom, Blarney Castle, Youghal & Waterford

A travel blog entry by rozzij

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... road shows the 40 shades of green and is very pretty. More like the Ireland I expected. We stop to photograph Macroom Castle after we turn off the side road. We drive from Macroom to Blarney Castle which was built in the 15th & 16th centuries and was the last castle to hold out against the English. We're told if we don't want to climb the 180 steps to kiss the Blarney Stone, we can kiss someone who has kissed it. Friedrike says she will take the men and Neville will take the ...

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