TripAdvisor Reviews Danville House Kilkenny
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... in exchange for accommodation. When I happened upon them they were standing in the bathroom staring at the vomit that just wouldn't flush down the toilet. The French girl was complaining bitterly about her job, and the Irish guy was looking very worried about the path that the Romanian was taking in life. The Irish guy admitted that he was once an addict (he didn't say to what), but said that at least he had friends and family in Ireland who could help him out when things got ...
... the little dog in the window of the house across the street. (He reminded us of the dog we saw in the Piazza di Santa Croce in Florence.) The lady who runs the café told us that the tomatoes came from a garden just across the river. She had been to the US once before, and she asked us a favor. Could we tell her how to pronounce "Poughkeepsie?" We did, and in exchange she told us how to pronounce "Graiguenamanagh." We then hiked up the hill to ...
Arrived around 5:15, right on time. Took a while to find the rental car, but otherwise no problems with that. Drove to Enniskerry, ate breakfast at a cute little restaurant called Poppie's. There was a group of 4 sisters in Poppie's who have been taking a trip together every year since their brother died. It rained on us from the airport until we were eating ...
Okay, so I loved Kilkenny, and the only regret I have is only booking one night. You just don't know when you are planning a trip to a place you have never been. Due to the lengthy bus journeys I don't feel I am getting enough time for the actual place. However, I did arrive in Kilkenny around 12:00. I knew that the B&B I was staying in was within walking distance from the train station, however, I didn't know which direction, so ...
... It was in a little theatre and it was dead until we arrived. Soon after the place was hopping with dancers. During the day, Jess and I walked around Kilkenny. So much to see! The Black Abbey was one of the neatest buildings. Most of the older buildings we saw were made with grey stone. Very Celtic. The Kilkenny castle was pretty amazing too! It is a lot easier for locals to be friendly with us when we speak the same language. I think the Irish are generally just friendly ...
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