Foxrock Inn B&B

Address: Clough, Portlaoise, County Laoighis, Ireland | Hotel
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      Ireland or bust!

      A travel blog entry by jnofria on Mar 14, 2015

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      I landed in Dublin on Saturday morning and met my fun ladies (mom, Beth, and aunt RoseBud) in Dublin at their hotel. From what I gathered they had a 3 days of fun, laughter, and pints!  After I met them in Dublin our driver Patrick whisked us away to Kilkenny. There we visited the grand Kilkenny Castle. It was elaborate and gorgeous inside. From there we hit the city of Waterford, where you guessed it...Waterford Crystal as far a the ...

      Kilkenny Castle and Cork

      A travel blog entry by storiastone on May 03, 2014

      ... the past 8 hours and would sell it for 225 euros. Very expensive, but I suppose it does require a good deal of labor and time investment after all. We drove to Kilkenny shortly after that, parked in a mall called macdonough junction, and ate at a little restaurant within an alley that served vegetarian pasta. It took us forever to find a damn restaurant that ...

      In Callan and Visiting Granny Wilson

      A travel blog entry by jkrakauer on Nov 29, 2012

      ... especially the music and the rats.

      Today was a relaxing day spent with granny and a small walk with Liz.
      Granny Wilson cooked a traditional Irish dinner consisting of Bacon and Cabbage in a parsley white sauce and mashed potatoes. It was very tasty.

      Their cat is over ...

      Rock of Cashel and Waterford Crystal

      A travel blog entry by ronandbarb on Oct 07, 2010

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      ... renowned manufacturing plant for crystal ware. The current plant in Waterford is much smaller and apparently maintained primarily as a tourist attraction. Reginald’s tower is an interesting historic structure that has served many uses in its 900 year history and was well worth the time.

      We left Waterford around 3:45 and returned to Killkenny where we visited the Killkenny train station then went to dinner at the Langton House.


      Catching up

      A travel blog entry by doylefamily on Jun 19, 2010

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      ... UGH!!!! One of the most spectacular sights in the world and I have no photos. Pat says we can download some off Flickr, which sounds like stealing but hey, I'll cope. The next sight was Skellig Michael. This is the location where monks came to somewhere between the 6th and 8th centuries and basically carved a world for themselves out of a gigantic rock! It was amazing. We made the difficult decision not to land on the island because I was put off ...

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