Aspect Hotel Kilkenny
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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We're in Kilkenny and it sounds like there are some things in the town that might be of interest. Guess we should check them out. All of the attractions are near the town center, so we found a cafe on the high street that looks over a book store in the heart of town. Pennefeathers This is a charming little place on a balcony above the bookstore. We …
For our first night in Ireland, we have reservations in Kilkenny, a town that's a couple of hours south of Dublin, where we flew in. We wanted to at least SEE Dublin, so, with Russ at the wheel of our rental Nissan, we ventured into the heart of the city. Narrow medieval streets, buses and vans and BIKES darting in and out of traffic. Plus driving …
... last night that it was his sister's birthday. He had bought a bunch of flowers (she lives in Italy so had no hope of ever seeing those flowers) and had proceeded to get absolutely sozzled "in her honour". He had then of course woken up in the early hours of the morning and vomited all over the room he shared with several other long-term residents. The Irish guy is unlucky enough to live in said room, and was woken up by the stench. The poor French girl was expected to clean up the ...
... or silly side. I kept him happy for quite a while in the car today just by pretending that my finger was a bee landing on him (buzz buzz buzz... He's on your nose!)
So far traveling with a baby is definitely less relaxing and less predictable, but it is also lots of fun. Alex and I aren't really interested in all-inclusive resorts or tours where everything is taken care of for you. When we travel, we want adventure. It's kind of like having a child, really. ...
... up the city walls back in early 13th century. Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland, indeed possibly the oldest in the British Isles.
At the other end of William street there is a pub called the Three Shippes, which is built on the site of another old pub (now demolished) This was probably our father, Charlie's drinking hole where many ...