Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa
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Setting off at 8am this morning, we headed back to Dublin
After about 2 hours, we arrived at the Waterford crystal factory, where we went on a tour of the factory. It was great to see how some of of the one off special orders were being hand made, awards to major sporting events, and entertainment awards, there is a lot involved and it's well worth seeing the process in person
Again, given the opportunity to shop for some fine ...
Checking out of the hostel and buying final supplies for the festival we left all that we could in the hostel lockers. A bus was to pick us up at 2 and take us into punchentown racecourse for the festival. It was hear we said goodbye to Jase who was heading off to meet Jess in Madrid. The bus driver dropped us off and we began to lug all the gear that we had brought along. The walk from the drop off point to the festival was very far, probably around 1.5km. ...
... that I'll have to start with the wine at 9am!
After over 20 years my mother is moving places and I can not be there to help. A good friend of James is getting married and we won't be there to celebrate with him. A very close friend of mine, just recently having battled cancer herself, got the news her dad is diagnosed with cancer too and the prognosis is not good. I remember how, just over a year ago when she needed a friend around, she asked me to come and visit ...
... Even the locals will say Ireland is an expensive place to live. Our meals, typically in an Irish pub, cost about $20 Euro/pp each night. Roast beef and vegatables seem to be the typical pub favorites, and of course, a pint of your favorite stout to wash it down. We stayed on O'Connell St which allowed easy access to all major tourist attractions. The hop on/hop off bus is a great introduction to the city. If, rather, when ...
... as a Spaniard, but what I can say is that Spain will forever be a second home for me. A store from which I draw both treasured memories and life experiences.
I know what a Spanish bakery smells like at ten o’clock in the morning. I’ve seen the texture of the Spanish sky at the setting of the sun. I can hear and distinguish the Spanish "zeta". I’ve tasted not only Spanish paella, but also delicious Spanish ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center