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... the best! Kids played in the grassy area in front of the lighthouse instead and I took advantage of the wifi. They had a pirate ship and lots of ride ins so that kept the kids happy whitest hank did the tour. Saw him at the top. Went back in for a cheeky coffee and the kids did some slate painting - Bella painted elsa ( queen, not cat) and Ben painted a lighthouse. Both really enjoyed it! Had a ...
... Jen is determined not to eat it if we can. We decide to walk into town to the take-away place. We both get chicken fillet sandwiches and the half bag of chips (AKA fries). They are not kidding! It is literally half a takeout bag of fries! We take it back to the B&B and are eating it in the lounge when one of the other travelers arrives. We chatted with him for some time. He is from Tipperary and ...
... a beautiful room, long and narrow with decorated exposed beams that support the roof. As with most of the castles we have visited, a great deal of time and effort as well as money has been spent of refurbishing these places. Rooms have been redecorated with wall paper to match that of the original usually using fragments that have been found behind a painting of a skirting board. There must be a big business for some specialist companies who match these old fabrics ...
Had a lovely day in Waterford probably longer than we planned. Went to the museum which explained the fascinating history of the place and how prominent a role it played in the religious fight between the crown and the Catholics. It didn't pay to be nobility on the wrong side of the king It was really interesting but I won't inflict text on you here, just leave it to the photos
next we went to the Bishops Palace which ...
... so many Irish during the Potato Famine. Ireland had about 8 million people and around one quarter of them were totally dependant the potato for their food supply. They were mostly subsistence farmers renting small /plots of land from landlords. If they did have jobs they may have only earned one shilling a day but due to the poor quality of their diets they were often too sick to work. When the blight struck the potato crop over 1 million people died and more ...