Dunbrody Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guide I have on my ipad and they say entry is free, the guide is 2008. When we get there is 13 euro to go in. Im feeling pretty ****** and its absolutely crowded so instead we wander around the village grab a coffee and keep driving to Cork. what a big city this is, hard to manoeuvre around and after about an hour we give up and keep driving. The countryside has changed again, very green and flattens out, then ...
... This history buff enjoyed it.
While there, we accidently made the acquaintance of a policeman who explained the Irish parking policy. In most towns, you park, find the ticket stand, pay for parking (usually one Euro for one hour), then display the ticket in your window. We were lucky in New Ross as we didn't know this and managed not to get a ticket. We spent some time talking politics with him.
We headed out to the ...
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One thing I wanted to do before the afternoon got too old was to go to the ferry port to see where we would turn in the car. Not normally a concern for a traveler, but this ...
... and make new products to match. Same with the carpet, in this case the receipt for the original was found amongst the papers, it has come from Izmir in Turkey. The company is still in business and still have the pattern on file so they could make the massive new carpet that was need to replace the old. Then there are the pelmets over the windows, in this place they are carved and gilded so a specialist company in Dublin that does gilding scored out, as there were a ...
... showroom/factory. It's set right in the middle of town, an icon of modernity amongst the old churches. The factory is much smaller than I had imagined. They had a handful of people on each tour, going from station to station inside the factory. The tour guide wore a headset and would simply unplug and plug the headset in at every stop on the tour. I cannot describe how amazing it is to watch the artists actually making a piece. The ...