Cedars Hotel Rosslare
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... but when you see the hours that go into each piece it makes you wonder. Anyway we ended up with a piece of crystal. From Waterford it was another drive over to the east coast port town of Roslare where the ferry leaves to go to Wales, England or France. We stayed stayed in a really nice B&B right on the cliff overlooking the sea and adjacent to the ferry terminal. We actually walked along a skinny path in the dark on the cliff face to a pub for dinner and back again. Nice ...
... to concern as I heard a sharp loud crack of wind being expelled from some other being. It was then I was able to just make out the white pale-skinned shape of an old man in blue trunks lying on his back on the tiled seat opposite me, slowly pulling his extended right leg aloft as if to stretch his hamstrings. The only thing he seemed to be achieving was squeezing air from himself like a bagpipe. Did he realise that there was someone else in the room or was it that he was beyond ...
... br> The ferry was massive and beautiful. It had 3 restaurants, a full pub, a shop and an arcade. It could carry up to 2200 cars in a crossing. It was fun to walk around, but to also sit, relax and enjoy a pint ... especially after the morning we had.
(The following paragraph is from Anthony):
The magnificent ferry landed us in the cute little sleepy town of Rosslare. We strode down the steps where our bus waited to take us off ...
... Rice was buried and impressed the locals with their enthusiastic singing.
After a quick dinner back at Tracey's hotel (right on the river Suir) the concert band players rushed back up Mt. Sion to join the Barrack Street Concert Band for a joint workshop. This community band was formed in 1798 and has been playing continuosly since then. Their hospitality was exceptional as they brilliantly introduced the boys ...
... Irish breakfast and hung out behind the bar visiting with us as we enjoyed our morning repast. The day had already begun with us watching the youngsters of Ennistymon making their way to school in their bright plaid uniforms, and the time sipping coffee and munching traditional Irish fare while engaging our host only completed the full Irish picture.
We told him of our plans for the day and he scowled a bit, informing us that we were biting ...
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