Celtic Ross Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... The Cunard liner Queen Elizabeth 2 had also served as a troop carrier, but she stayed well out of the battle zone and was only there a few days before coming back to Britain.
The film was really quite moving in parts, especially when the TV cameras lined the docksides in Southampton to greet the Canberra’s return. As she sailed majestically into port, her ...
We try to find Roches Point got lost and found Gyleen instead. This is a quiet fishing village at the end of the earth where we enjoyed a wonderful lunch on the beach at a windless spot. The beach has no sand and this is where I find a stone to bring back to a special friend of mine. ...
... for Cork. We stopped off at “Emo Court” a really old house kitted out with lots of old stuff and set in beautiful gardens. Our next stop was Kilkenny, where we enjoyed the local drink “Kilkenny” and had another delicious meal. We were so lucky to hear some Irish Story Telling whilst we ate our meal, and the spirit and homeliness of the Irish stayed with us as we continued on our journey to Cork.
The countryside ...
... ring has a rich ancient past that dates back to over 300 years. The design of the Cladag ring and even the way the ring is worn are all deeply rooted in Irish tradition.
The meaning of the claddagh ring is what gives the ring it's significance. The hands of ...
... to look forward to and these are the things I need to focus on, not all the time in between. I hope I adjust to the free time, to the different pace of life, and to being away from everyone I love very soon. I know I will always miss these things, and these people, but I know I am coming home, and it really isn't that long of a time (as long as I do not actively think about it!) and I look forward to trying to keep myself more busy tomorrow and Sunday than I have ...