Clanard Court Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... Today I’ve packed up as I’m staying at Viviane’s house tonight, but first we are stopping at Newcastle to attend the christening of John and Kay’s youngest grandchild. They have 10 grandchildren in total. At the christening I met all of John and Kay’s children and grandchildren. There are four christenings happening today, and the grandchild of John & Kay will be christened with his cousin from the other side. They are both cute little red heads. ...
Started again with a hearty breakfast before setting off on our Irish adventures. Our chauffeur and tour guide Ann took us to Castlecomer where we looked at some arts and crafts and as usual as the picture shows first class all the way! We then set off for the city Kilkenny - here we saw our good friends the Butlers ancestral home - Butler Castle! Fantastic restored castle that ...
... wrote the script did a great job. Nervy close win, series nearly in their hands before a close loss, looking to have it won at 19-3 before having to, as they say, go out and win it again from 19-16. Boy how they won it. 41-16, running tries in for fun in a burst from 20 or so minutes to go, making it comfortable. That was the last thing we could do together. Linda had a flight at 4.15 she could probably switch to, not wanting to hang around for her originally scheduled 10/7 ...
... more true when it comes to people who owe me money and kick up a **** storm to pay it back. I hate owing people money and that's why I always pay it back as soon as I get the money to do so, I don't understand people who can just let the debt pile up and ignore the people who they have to pay back. Ok I needed to do some ranting today been building up for a while now but soon I can declutter my life of this...one ...
... it was actually really tasty!) and I met the nicest Mexican, Gus (short for Gustabo). Gus has lived in Ireland for 22 years, he married an Irish lady and is now opening a Mexican Restaurant in Dublin! We had a nice conversation en Espanol :). Once we got back to the Football Field it was halftime so we got in FREE! After the game we headed to the pub for a nice Guinness (which actually tastes good in Ireland!-much different than in the ...