Dunbrody Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are actually sitting at tables playing their instruments. Finally some authentic Irish music! But it didn't last too long. Remember how I said Thomas was loud? Well...he is...and we get shushed by the whole bar for talking when one of the patrons sings his solo. It was like we committed a crime of war. So we wait a bit and make a mad dash out of there, in hopes of not getting jumped. Our next stop is Matt The Millers, which is known for getting turnt up ...
Last visit of the trip and not the most joyful ! We went to Glendalough to see monastic ruins. In fact, there were a part of a monastery with a round tower and also 7 churches. But now, there are only tombs which is a little creepy. To go to the cemetery, we passed through a calm road and it was quiet ...
... car concerns, we still had a few hours before we needed to be back. We passed a sign to Johnstown Castle about 15 minutes up the road from the port. So, back we went. The castle of ancient history is gone (mostly), but there is a beautiful estate mansion that was built in the 1800s and lived in by the family until 1942, when Lady Whatever croaked. In 1945, her son realized that the family fortune ...
Out in the garden while I was sitting on the steps waiting for D to take a photo of me and the castle I was approached by a professional photographer who wanted my photo. Of course I accepted graciously; What else could I do?
When we visited another cave, Dunmore Cave, our guide told us he used to play in the cave as a child in the 1950’s, he’s of a similar vintage to my humans. When the ‘experts’ tell him that the stalactites ...
... on luxury goods. It finished in 1851 when big taxes were brought in and only started again in 1947 when immigrants from Czechoslovakia started it off again. We're all amazed at the lack of workplace, health and safety all over he British Isles and in the Waterford factory the glass blowers weren't wearing gloves or eye protection working with molten crystal. There was eye protection for the crystal cutters but no masks for the dust, bearing in mind it is lead dust, or protection over driving ...