Hotel Curracloe

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Episode 10

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear

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... grow at 1cm per 100 years he shows them a photo he took in 1958 of one particular pair that are easily seen by visitors, in less than 60 years they have grown about 2cm.

Unlike most tourist caves this one has a long history. It has been known about since ancient times and the Vikings are responsible for the many skeletons that were found in the cave, the result of some battle in 928AD with people from the rings forts in this area. D tried to take a ...

Day One - Saintfield to Rosslare

A travel blog entry by davidandchel

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Left a sunny Saintfield at 7am this morning stopped for a coffee break at Ashford weather was glorious hope it's like this in Belgium .... What a beautiful evening to sail the sea is calm and the sun is very warm ,we sat out on the deck reading for a few hours this afternoon catching a few rays very relaxing. Had a wee visit to the on board Beauty Parlour and had my eyebrows waxed, plenty to do on this ship and our cabin is very ...

Leaving Dublin

A travel blog entry by barblucas

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First our family had crepes at the Lemon Crepe and Coffee house, they were delicious. Then We drove away in the car to Wicklow where there was a gaol. It was really creepy because they had ghosts on the walls like a headless man. We had to find seven questions around the gaol and answer them to be free. After that we went swimming in the Irish ...

Rosslare to Pembroke by Ferry.

A travel blog entry by narabouts

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... chap in the street, who had had one Guinness too many and "waxed lyrical" at us! The scenery, though not as dramatic as parts of Scotland, was still spectacular, especially around the south west peninsulas. We loved Blarney Castle and Cobh, Kilkenny and Dublin and many many more places. We were struck by the cleanliness in the villages, towns and in Dublin itself. The road-users would often stop to let us cross the roads ...

The road to Wexford - Ireland, Day 2

A travel blog entry by wojazz3

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... old town with narrow streets, a pretty harbor, and a decent collection of pubs. The B&B industry is not as robust as some areas but this is due to supply and demand. There are certainly some nice hotels but still, a B&B is always a better choice in my opinion. The significant part of the tourism comes from the British getting off the ferry at Rosslare though Damian feels that the Irish and Americans are still the biggest players. What I love though is that Wexford is ...

     

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