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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Smoking rooms available
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... much less taxing. Kilkenny is a much smaller more quaint town than Dublin....think Jacksonville versus Live Oak, but with an active evening social scene. Our hotel is the Butler House, which served as the Dowager Cottage to the main Kilkenny Castle next door. It is an old building for sure, but is renovated and is quite comfy and roomy. For this one night we are all staying in one room which has 3 beds and a great bay window overlooking the castle and gardens. Gorgeous. We ...
So, I'm off on another adventure as most of you know!
I'll be arriving in Burma (Myanmar, but more of that later) on Friday 25th October. I leave Cork at 7am on the 24th so it seems to take an inordinate amount of time to get there. Two stopovers in Heathrow and Kuala Lumpur to contend with along the way as well. (I'll be spending a few days in KL on the way home so any recommendations for shopping let me know ... I've heard rumours it's a great place to ...
... demonstration with his dog Cap. Very neat!
Then we headed to Waterford Crystal for a tour of the factory floor. After that, we had a great walking tour of Waterford with 'Jack'. After what was long day, we headed to our hotel, Dooleys. The hotel was older, but charming.
After a satisfying dinner at the hotel, we decided to hit the town and find a pub with traditional Irish music. We ...
... to have dinner. We found a restaurant called The Yard and decided to give it a go. Um…YUM! It was one of the best meals we’ve had on this trip. The starter of mushroom risotto that we both had was scrumptious. Paul had a version of Pomme Frites (steak and fries) with a garlic butter that we both groaned over. I had a roasted chicken breast with veg and a Dijon cream sauce. We splurged and split a dessert that was yummy as well. I ...
... of brilliant bridges and structures made from the stuff. It is still illegal to cut it down in Colombia though as they are trying to preserve it! Managed to chat and talk to five to six different people today, and would say I know them fairly well now, but another ten to fifteen that I still haven't even talked to so looking forward to the rest of the week! A small number of us went for a walk around the town and ventured out to the pool by the river ...