Amber Springs Hotel and Health Spa
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Ireland has given me the opportunity
to discover a new passion that needs a lot of concentration and technique. This
passion is called Archery. Wells House and Gardens has a fabulous 3D archery
course, the only one in Ireland. The course is a little woodland walk that
contains 18 targets with animal shapes like tigers, bears, deer, crocodile,
heir, warthog and owl. It takes around one ...
... which was just incredible. We saw a lot of beautiful and diverse things. It had a Fanfare who played tradition Irish music. Seriously, we passed an amazing moment. Then, we want at the River Bar where we had the occasion to listen a really good singer. We ask him to play some Mumford and Sons (a Canadian music band) and he played “I will wait” and “Wagon Wheel”. It was incredible. We also met some Canadian from Toronto in this bar. After ...
... I’d had before too. Mum had a nap in the car.
We were held up by a few falls of rain, my slow driving, a French Hell’s Angels rally and Derrick’s unconventional route to Newcastle that Lou had never used before.
The ceremony was at three. We pulled into the carpark at 2.45. I decanted them all into the mysterious ‘room 2’ to change while I parked then traipsed in my jeans around looking for my and ...
... hasn’t been the subject of a great many battles which partially explains its remarkable condition. It was surrendered in 1599, 1647 and 1650 mainly without significant resistance from the inhabitants. By 1599 it had been built to essentially the castle we see today though it had fallen into ruin in the late 17th century. The Butlers did a great deal of restoration work in the 1840’s though they no longer used it as a residence moving to what is now the ...
... it was actually really tasty!) and I met the nicest Mexican, Gus (short for Gustabo). Gus has lived in Ireland for 22 years, he married an Irish lady and is now opening a Mexican Restaurant in Dublin! We had a nice conversation en Espanol :). Once we got back to the Football Field it was halftime so we got in FREE! After the game we headed to the pub for a nice Guinness (which actually tastes good in Ireland!-much different than in the ...