Laragh House Luxury Guesthouse Accomodation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... groups, but sometimes its easier to just go with a small group who is on the same page as you. My page consists of getting up earlier, and seeing everything. I not only want to get my moneys worth for that day's trip, but I really want to understand the village that I am in and embrace the experience.
Surprisingly, my book failed to mention and stress how much there really is to do in Kilkenny. I almost wouldn't have minded spending two days there because that is how much ...
... us the keys to a gorgeous Audi. For a long while we sat in the car waiting for the GPS to acquire the satellites. We were in a small panic when it wasn't working because Plan B was to have Vivian read road maps and give directions for the next 12 days. Finally we had no choice but to hit the road and hope for the best. Luckily once we were rolling the GPS kicked in. Back home our GPS has a British accent, but ironically in Ireland it speaks with an American accent. Tom ...
... and songs, played by a couple of pros.
This morning they decided to stay another night in Kilkenny and so explored a twelfth century church and tower and then a medieval house and grounds. Both excellent. Tonight it's , you guessed it, out to a different pub for food, drink and music.
Only two and a half days left in Ireland before they catch up with Peta in ...
... on the other side of the road is not that hard but it is a bit confusing at first. The roads are really small and we were driving a manual transmission on the other side of the road. We had to keep reminding each other which side of the road to drive on just incase one ...
... his recent brush with a stampede. One minute they can be chewing cud and the next they can be chasing you. I chose not to tell Kim what I was thinking until we were well out of cow earshot. She was not as amused as I was. We did our best to drive, without getting lost, from Cashal to the Ballyseede Castle. We arrived safely at 6:30 and arranged dinner for 7:00. It's not often you get to eat in a castle, so I didn't mind paying $100 for a two course meal. Kim ...