Clonea Strand Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... County Waterford. The 32 counties of Ireland (North & South) play out their rivalry on the fields of Gaelic Football (like soccer but everyone can pick up the ball and it's fair game to tackle your opponents much like Aussie Rules) and Hurling (imagine a medieval battle documentary footage on the History Channel at fast forward speed with a small leather clad stitched ball exchanging sides). County colours in support of their respective teams can be seen flying from homes ...
... Bunmahon and tell us about the Crowleys they knew who used to own a pub (High Chaperone), in Dungarvan. You can't beat the Irish hospitality!
Headed down the valley to Stradbally to buy a postcard - except it's too small to have its own postcard. Went up to the churchyard to see if we could find some Crowley gravestones - wouldn't you know it, there they were all nice and orderly, right inside the front gate.
... fan in room. Welsh sounds different and is spoken quickly. It is part English and part Welsh. Cardiff was bombed during wars and is primarily a dock city. The only tourist sites are the stadium and the castle. Took the Cardiff Castle tour. Definitely not handicapped accessible. The rich and lorded aristocrat John Burgess had unlimited funds and with his architect friends restored the Roman ruins into a Victorian ...
We stopped for dinner along the main street and then took off east to find Dungarvan and our B&B for the next two nights. We arrived in Dungarvan after dark and after asking a friendly gas station attendant, we followed a long bridge to the east end of town where our B&B waited. Once we'd checked in we settled into a beautiful room. The lights of Dungarvan reflected off the tide and the sight was incredible.
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After this we wandered through the Poison garden. The justification for having this was education. It included opium poppies and cannabis as well as rhubarb and foxglove.
We finally visited Rock Close. We were told that it is a former Druid site that former owners landscaped. There was a dolmen there, an ancient burial site, as well as a Druids cave. There was an area called the witches kitchen and a witches stone. We went down the wishing steps but ...