Deer Park Hotel Golf & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this that the arrival statues are on Toronto Island.
These statues were commissioned to highlight the contributions of the Irish to Canadian society.
Of course in the evening we hit the pub. As seems to be usual, we barely walked through the door before some young guys invited us to sit and wanted to buy beer...dancing and singing ensued!!!
So many of the songs are those I heard from nana as a kid. The ...
... amp; not nearly as nice as the tombs we saw, but perhaps a bit bigger. We also went out to dinner with Gail & Pater, & hung around in Navan to listen to some live music with them. The trouble is they all start after 9:30pm, so we listened for a while, but they were ready to go home by 10:30. Gail offered that we could stay as long as we wanted, but we moved on after 2 days, not wanting to outstay our welcome. We spent 4 days in Kilkenny, which is also a nice town. The ...
... Our journey began with a stadium tour featuring the press room, the away and home dressing rooms, the tunnel, the players pitchside seating and the best seats in the house. After the tour we explored the museum and the gift shop. Stamford bridge is just one example that shows how much England loves football. It really is the passion of the country and loved by so many people. After leaving the bridge we had the rest of the day for ...
... Storehouse, watching a Irish Rugby match, and having Thanksgiving dinner with some students and parents from my school.
Ireland was awesome. Cold and rainy a bit but a wonderful experience. Certainly suggest it for any singles or couples looking to have a fun and crazy time.
Thanks for reading. God bless you all and may all of you have good ole' luck of the Irish in everything that you do.
... I've just come back from attending their “Coming Home” weekend, a safe place in which returned volunteers can debrief, share stories and reflect on their time abroad and how they may use many of their experiences and skills once back in Ireland, to foster those same traits they captured there at home. The weekend has been an incredibly cathartic experience. To share stories with other people who understand the highs and lows of life ...