Kilford Arms Hotel
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This morning's first stop was at the Port Heritage Centre in Cobh. Cobh (formerly Queenstown) was the Titanic's last port of call before taking off across the Atlantic, and anything Titanic related fascinates me, so I was really excited for this! The centre had quite a bit about the Titanic, as well as the potato famine, and the immigration to …
... 16 Some photos of Waterford taken yesterday afternoon. Visited Waterford Crystal factory with photos attached of horse and coach worth 40,000 Euro! Lunch in Kilkenny with 18/19th century castle - photo attached. Dublin mid afternoon and did a brief walk of immediate streets and St Stephens Green park, photos ...
Kiss the Stone of Eloquence at Blarney Castle. An orientation tour of Cork seeing St Finbar's Cathedral before continuing along the coast to hotel. Hotel Dooley's Departed Killarney in bright sunny conditions to Blarney Castle where stone kissing occurred. Picturesque gardens made for an enjoyable morning. Quick coach tour of Cork Lunch at Youghal which overlooks the Atlantic ...
... the home of fine crystal, none of which is actually made in Waterford anymore. Cheryl did the tour which funnily enough ended in the gift shop, where she showed remarkable restraint.
A short trip to our hotel, Dooley's on the Quay. Tonight is the Tour Celebration dinner, on the Ferry tomorrow morning for the crossing back into Wales.
... Only 175kms through to Waterford and the traffic was pretty light so we flew through. I slept for half of it but there wasn't much to see because the rain was so bad! We were in Waterford by 11.30 and got to the hotel and they had our room ready which was really good so we could drop off our bags and leave the car and head to lunch. We found a pub called The Three Shippes which served a carvery so I had a small piece of Guinness pie, glazed ham and veges. Scott had curry. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking