Kilford Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Wednesday morning, Canada Day, we got up, had breakfast (again too much), packed up and caught the 747 bus back to the airport to pick up our car from Dooley's Rental. It took a while to get everything sorted out, get to the car and actually get moving, but we weren't in too great a hurry. I was worried about finding my out of the airport and …
Kilkenny is Ireland's smallest city and Ireland's Medieval Capital. While small, it has it's share of bars . . . one per person, I think! We only made it to 2 . . .Matt The Millers for lunch and Kyteler's Inn for dinner & great Irish music.
We picked up the car in Dublin around noon drove to Kilkenny, arriving around 2pm. After a …
... looking for a likely place for dinner and also wanting to walk along the famous mediaeval mile. It was fascinating with all these picturesque old stone buildings and narrow lanes. We found a lot of pubs and restaurants including the Kytelers Inn a 13th century inn, one of the oldest in Ireland and rumoured to be haunted, with stories of the original owner being accused of witchcraft. I had a drink there and then we headed across the way to ...
... that night. Overall it was a great day and another fantastic week.
I almost forgot about Thursday night! We signed up for the Study Abroad free event which was a show called Merry Ploughboy. It was a traditional Irish music and dance show that you guys would've loved. I also made a friend... the Swedish man who sat directly in front of me and was blocking me that all of my friends and I were not very fond of and made it known. Making friends everywhere we go...
... a quick check we have Sally Pearson going for gold tonight also so we have it on check to watch that too. The time passed and we were off the ferry driving through more scenery onwards to Waterford. What was sad to see was the amount of buildings which were either finished and empty or not finished at all due to the financial crash a few years ago. The tour director was telling us of a guy who worked for trafalgar who saved up ...