Hotel Ard na Sidhe
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... are covered and only occasionally we feel rain from the wind coming in the gazebo. We wait it out while we finish our picnic, it's a quick storm and before long it's sunny and we're walking towards the house. As we walk I spy a line of horse drawn buggies for hire and think how wonderful that would be. Dad goes inside to inquire about a tour of the house while Genny and I stay with the kids. Dad comes out and says, "Let's take a buggy ride around the lake instead." I'm ecstatic! ...
... material they use which looks like a small white pellet. It comes from Sweden. This workshop uses a lead free pellet, however, Waterford and many other crystal manufacturers use one with a lead content and the fellow here told us that the workers at those places are regularely tested for lead in their blood; it is one of the hazards of the profession.
Reginald’s tower is quite an historic landmark in the city. It overlooks the harbour and dates ...
... attention spans so Trin and Keegan would end up being the only kids on the feeding tours. We fed baby skates, held a HUGE spiny crab and star fish, touched many skates and dogfish, and had fun with Goby and Butterfish trying to eat Trinity’s finger. This aquarium could be seen in 45 min and we were there for 3 hours. We walked back to the B&B (3.5 km) along the beach and watched a few crazy people swim and jump off the old diving tower. It was a ...
... with glasses of Irish coffee, very nice mid afternoon tipple!!
I saw a sigh saying leprechaun crossing, but I was not quick enough with the camera.
getting back to Charlie Chaplin, they have a film festival in Waterville every year in his honour.
i have been to the pub for dinner (again!!) I had chowder, first time I have ever eaten it, won't be having it again!! my latest is the treacle and ...
... can see over the hedges lining the highway. We had decided we wanted to take the boat out to Skellig Michael - a world heritage site. Skellig Michael or Great Skellig is an island (the larger of the two Skellig Islands) in theAtlantic Ocean, 11.6 km west of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. A Christian monastery ...
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