Travel Blogs from Waterford, Ireland

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Books & swings, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Books & swings

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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... of choice for lunch followed by another walk where we spent some time taking silly photos. The city of Waterford is really lovely, it is the oldest city in Ireland and still has a lot of evidence of its long history. There is an amazing ruined church ...

Will we ever eat at home twice in a row??, Cheekpoint, Ireland travel blog

Will we ever eat at home twice in a row??

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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... to, especially the photographic exhibition that reflected the history of Waterford music and sport. Finally our last venue was the obligatory Waterford Crystal factory. We didn’t actually do a tour as we were all a bit over it and didn’t ...

B'fast in England, lunch in Wales, tea in Ireland, Cheekpoint, Ireland travel blog

B'fast in England, lunch in Wales, tea in Ireland

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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... , woohoo! We jumped back in the car and were off on the second driving leg of the day, heading to Faithlegg just near Waterford. Only problem was that Petty (remember our GPS?) didn’t recognise Faithlegg, so focusing on the fact that it was just ...

Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Waterford

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... beliefs on the people here, Waterford was very tolerant to the catholic presence. While most Catholics in Ireland were being treated as outcasts, in Waterford they were treated as equals in the community. Waterford actually has cathedrals of each religion ...

One more castle, Dungarvan, Ireland travel blog

One more castle

A travel blog entry by schwate

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... einquartieren und von dort aus Ausfluege machen, aber alle Hostels in Kilkenny waren ausgebucht. Daher habe ich mich in Waterford einquartiert und werde von dort aus Ausfluege unternehmen. Ein kurzer Ausflug Richtung Cork nach Dungarvan, kleines Dorf an ...

Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Waterford

A travel blog entry by pyres

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Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland! It used to be a viking settlement and it still had the oldest civic building in the country! There's a bunch of medieval towers scattered around the city, where the old city wall ended. You can still see the ...

Mountain Climbing?, Cos. Waterford and Tipperary, Ireland travel blog

Mountain Climbing?

A travel blog entry by ckaczma

More to come soon. Sorry for the ...

Waterford (wedding), Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Waterford (wedding)

A travel blog entry by danskgirl

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Waterford with Reginalds tower, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Waterford with Reginalds tower

A travel blog entry by joergenmaria

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Be 'prepared.', Dungarvan, Ireland travel blog

Be 'prepared.'

A travel blog entry by emilyfletcher

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The second last 'final' weekend So I have 6 days left before I leave and as Edel would say 'we have slight problem.' I have nothing organised apart from the Visa and flights. If I am totally honest I do not have my Visa totally sorted as I do not have ...

Sunday, a day of pleasant surprises, Templemichael, Ireland travel blog

Sunday, a day of pleasant surprises

A travel blog entry by drbrn60

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... (Mary O’Neill) to get directions to her shop. Because of a misunderstanding, we ended up lost, or as they say in Ireland, we did some unexpected sightseeing. We drove back into town, called again and spoke to Mary’s husband and got the correct ...

Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Waterford

A travel blog entry by tennille

Waterford ...

Irelands oldest city, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Irelands oldest city

A travel blog entry by schwate

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... Dreieck, einem kleinen Viertel am Fluss an dem die Wikinger das erste Fort errichteten. Dort stehen heute die "Waterford Treasures", dass Mittelaltermuseum (ein hochmoderner Bau), dass Bischofshaus und der Reginald Turm, Irlands aeltestes Bauwerk aus dem ...

Waterford and Dungarvan, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Waterford and Dungarvan

A travel blog entry by filmnikon

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... like that.  This was while we were crossing the Knockmealdown Mountains near our cottage, on our way to the town of Waterford, known for its crystal factory.   At the factory, we saw the artisans working to create some beautiful crystal ...

On the Viking Trail, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

On the Viking Trail

A travel blog entry by efrohoff

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... beautiful scenic drive down the two hours to Waterford, pronounced according to the locals with the "t" and "d" silent. Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland, founded by the Vikings in the 10th century. The sun shines brightly, while the clouds-white ...

Killarney and Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Killarney and Waterford

A travel blog entry by loznwayne2euro

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... :) We then visited the Waterford crystal factory and showroom but resisted the temptation to buy any, too heavy!! Waterford was the first established city in Ireland! The Viking tower was very impressive the mortar was made from hair, blood, lime and ...

Saturday, Living in a Seinfeld Episode, Templemichael, Ireland travel blog

Saturday, Living in a Seinfeld Episode

A travel blog entry by drbrn60

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... . I then programmed the Garmin to our rental in Templemichael, and we were on our way. About 20 minutes south of Dublin, Ireland suddenly turns into the place that we were expecting. Its very rural, very green, and very beautiful. The hills roll much in a ...

And the road trip begins..., Waterford, Ireland travel blog

And the road trip begins...

A travel blog entry by nklenske

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Pictures from our drive to Waterford. "The World is a book, and those who do not travel, read only one page". -St. Augustine of Hippo Klenske, Ink. Professional Writing ...

Vietnam Visa, Ballymacarbry, Ireland travel blog

Vietnam Visa

A travel blog entry by emilyfletcher

Two days in a row – seriously thinking I may actually become a real 'blogger.'  Pfft me thinks not. Especially as it has taken me ten minutes to find the 'add a new entry' button.  Flights to Hanoi were booked a few weeks ago (Step 1), ...

Leaving Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Leaving Waterford

A travel blog entry by schwate

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Dia dhuit aus Irland, Wetter heute wieder bewoelkt. Verlasse heute den Sueden des Landes und mache mich auf den Weg nach Dublin. Gruss Ralf P.S. Hm, ob ich nach Barcelona komme? ...

Week 8, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Week 8

A travel blog entry by jolubrano

... . Tonight our German friend came over and we made honey beer bread J Saturday: Today we took a bus through the scenic countryside to Waterford, to look at the famous crystals. It was a cute costal town, we got to walk around the water and go into museums ...

A trip around the countryside, Lismore, Ireland travel blog

A trip around the countryside

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart

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... , we traveled into the town of Lismore, to look at Lismore Castle (owed by QE II) and St Carthage's Cathedral (Church of Ireland).  St. Carthage's was first build in 725 AD.  It suffered 300 odd years of attacks by the Norse, before they finally ...

Finally On My Way, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Finally On My Way

A travel blog entry by davidtimpson

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Hi everyone, I'm finally off to pursue the dream, or at least the frist part thereof. Left Waterford early this morning (5am) for Shannon airport. Just over 6 hours to New York with Continental, and on my first visit to the big apple, I am debating on ...

Riverdance., Mooncoin, Ireland travel blog

Riverdance.

A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner

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... Mary, our GPS, flipped out as soon as we landed, it turns out our UK maps do not include the Republic of Ireland. Driving blindly is a terrible panic sometimes, especially when road rules change everywhere you go. There was a welcome though from the good ...

Week 9, Ardmore, Ireland travel blog

Week 9

A travel blog entry by jolubrano

... . Friday: After a night of festivities I still woke up at 8 to attend lecture. And I went off to the Ardmore shore in Waterford for a weekend retreat. Saturday: Going to this retreat was one of the best ideas I’ve had since being here. It took me ...

Back in the land of the Irish!, Waterford City, Ireland travel blog

Back in the land of the Irish!

A travel blog entry by hannah_jane

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After a crazy time in the Amsterdam airport, Sarah and I made it to Waterford! We are staying in a castle, that's right! A castle! The inside has been completely renovated so its not real rustic on the inside but it is on the outside! The castle is on an ...

Pretty town of Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Pretty town of Waterford

A travel blog entry by morada2007

So far Jake and I have liked Waterford better than Dublin. Dublin's a cool city, but tooooo busy and tooooo touristy. Waterford is quiet and sits on a quay and is more relaxing in general than Dublin. We went to a museum and also saw Reginald's Tower, ...

Dad's Flight, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Dad's Flight

A travel blog entry by davidtimpson

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Dad's first flight on 24th of Feb, ...

Ahoy Canada!, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Ahoy Canada!

A travel blog entry by leann-robyn

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... our delight, the fireworks and celebrations were not hard to find. Coincidently, just a few hours from Cork, in Ireland’s oldest city, Waterford’s Tall Ships Race was also scheduled for the July 1st weekend. On Friday morning, we gathered up ...

Tralee-Blarney-Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Tralee-Blarney-Waterford

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope

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August 17 Sunday Tralee - Blarney Stone - Waterford Interesting night with noise from the Tralee Rose festival, no wifi, but great to stretch out and not to be on a bus. We have a new bus and a nice fine crisp day. We left Tralee at 8 am off to ...

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