Cedars Hotel Rosslare
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... the amazing thing is that this charter roll, dating back to 1372, still exists and has been preserved in the museum
Not that we are into religion but listening to how countries have fought over religion for centuries is quite fascinating even if we can’t understand why. The museum also housed some religious capes woven with actual gold thread that had an amazing history of surviving many conflicts and being passed back and ...
As ever in the run up to these things, drama struck at the worst possible moment. It was the night before the big trip and everything was ready to roll - the Triumph was serviced and running well, the bags were packed. While saying my goodbyes over at sis's house, however, things to a turn for the worse when she reversed the truck into my bike, pushing it a good 4 feet along the drive before stopping! It was still standing when I came out, which was nice, but the front fairing had ...
... Lodge B&B) that we would be picking up our rental car in the morning. She immediately picked up the phone and said "I'll take care of that, let me call Ann". So she did and Ann (from the rental car company) was already waiting for us at the harbour with our rental car. She wanted us to have it tonight but wasn't charging until tomorrow ... and threw in the sat nav system (GPS) for free, stating the car wasn't as clean as it should be. ...
We have a funny story about how we got from Swansea to Ireland. It's too long to type out here, so maybe ask us next time you Skype us or message us. Basically we missed our train that would take us from Swansea to Fishguard Harbour and it delayed us by 12 hours. This meant we needed to catch the 2:45am barge, instead of the 2:30pm one we had originally booked!!!! So we had to ...
... 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 ...
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