Treacys Hotel Waterford
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- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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It was a sad morning today when I realized it was our last day in Ireland. This country has become my favorite of the four we’ve visited so far. It’s absolutely beautiful here! Today’s trip will take us to the countryside south of Ireland and it’s a sunny day! Our first stop today was Kilkenney and the castle there. …
... 1100s the stone tower that exists today replaced the wooden tower. Ireland's history is fascinating, as we learn of the Vikings, the Normans, the English, and Anglo-Normans. It is hard to keep it all straight as someone was always invading, being deposed, and other complicated alliances. We ate lunch at The Reg which is located in the shadow of the tower. Lunch was really good, accompanied ...
... to all our activities and just do not take the time to stop and really talk anymore. Or if we are stopped, we all just keep our noses in our phones, tablets, etc and are losing the art of really connecting.
So we drag our bags back downstairs and are off. After a detour to the old Waterford Crystal visitor center (which is closed), we make our way to the river front area and the new factory. We find parking in ...
August 17 Sunday Tralee - Blarney Stone - Waterford Interesting night with noise from the Tralee Rose festival, no wifi, but great to stretch out and not to be on a bus. We have a new bus and a nice fine crisp day. We left Tralee at 8 am off to Blarney Castle to kiss the stone - to bequest the gift of eloquence on us! We passed a few more Bally towns (Garry, Desmond) made me feel like home. Large dairy cooperatives and small organic farms are in Cork, with Irish ...
... the oldest pub and the black Mary church, saw the old town hall, various lane ways and headed back to the hotel. The guide was good and he was funny as well. One optional that was definitely worth it. Back at the hotel i did some reading, updated, got ready for dinner, then went to the hotel bar. Had a drink with some of those that were there. The bar of this hotel was in an old church. The went to the hotel restaurant. Here we had a great included dinner. Then after ...