BEST WESTERN Danby Lodge Hotel
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Travelled the last 180 km, to Wexford, mostly in pouring rain and fog, stopping at Dungarvan for coffee - looked like an interesting harbour town - and at New Ross for lunch. Camped at the city site, on a hill overlooking the sea we have to cross tomorrow to Wales, still in pouring rain and wind. Rain and wind howled part of the night, buffeting the Boomer. Ireland has been great - family to see and so many memories as ...
... around Ireland 20+ years ago - when she was fortunate enough to be able to stay in what was, at the time, Waterford's first 4 Star Hotel, The Granville Hotel, run by her ex-boss's cousin's family. We didn't stay at the Granville - should have 'cos it is still quite lovely - but Barb couldn't remember the name of the hotel - so we stayed at hotel down on the riverside, which was also quite nice in a more ...
... the city, had a manicure and a coffee. Went over the bridge to the other side and then back to the main area. More rain and no brollies again! Had about 45 mins until I met Graeme so found a tearoom and had a pot of tea! And read the paper. Graeme enjoyed his Guiness tour - over 7 floors apparently and through all the processes. He is not a Guiness fan but they all got a free drink at the end so he topped up on his iron levels! He and I then ...
... a great day. They have also put a lot of thought and design into a rock garden with hidden places and things for kids to explore. You must visit here. Barney is just outside Cork.
We drove from Cork to Waterford, its on a main road that takes you quickly through the countryside. Arriving in Waterford I hoped for something like Launceston or Adelaide where you come down from the hills ...
... working on trophies for American college football. After the tour, they led us to the shop, everything was so sparkly! I loved it, but everything cost a pretty penny! We saw this crystal bear, which was about 2ft tall and if you wanted to take that home it would only cost you $30,000 haha! We then went to a local pub which had some pretty good food and a lot of character! We also got to drive over this pretty cool bridge and of coarse the scenery was ...