Ashbourne House Hotel
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... Fuel fuel and more fuel!
It has to be making the paella for the first time, simple to make and despite my earlier knowledge of it it does not have to fish, it can also be made using meat or vegetarian.
It is ideal for camping as the one pot cooking...and one pot cleaning are perfect.
The amount of fish that supermarkets stock, almost in equal quantities to meat.
It is not cheap though but Spaniards are ...
... at The Spaniard pub on the hill was a must, and we duly obliged – good beer and a lovely little Rioja for pre-dinner drinks. We were again spoilt with lovely fresh seafood for dinner.
Everything about The Old Presbytery was exceptional. The breakfast was prepared by our host Phil – an acknowledged chef. We did note the Michelin recommendation on the door and they can now add the Johnson/Burt award! ...
... dinner and live music. Tomorrow, we are off to County Kilkenny, the place of my roots!
P. S. -- Tom and I are a couple of days behind because we have had no internet connection. It is Sunday, September 28, and we are sitting in a bar in Thomastown, County Kilkenny, typing away. He lost his draft and I had to fill in PLUS edit and upload the pictures. Inhaling ...
... we located the B&B, unloaded our luggage and took a quick shower, we jumped back in Trevor’s cab for a tour of Kinsale. Trevor seemed like a very trustworthy gentlemen but we began to get a bit worried when the first stop on our tour was to go back by the airport so he could drop off a phone charger. Any worry was misplaced though; Trevor proceeded to take us to Kinsale, which is a gorgeous fishing village that overlooks the Atlantic. He ...
... went to Laura. Best coughing went to Meagan! :) It was also great to see the Waterford families in Waterford! Since we played outside, we played in our white polos and khakis. We played the following pieces today - Corelli- of course and they remembered the repeat :), St. Paul’s, Scenes front he Emerald Isle, Irish Legend, Point Lookout, A Touch of Ireland, Appalachian Reflection, In the Hall of the Mountain King, Stand By Me, Danny ...