Lawlor's Hotel Dungarvan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we only had the one wet day and that was in Belfast. As we drove around, our guide played the song "Fourty Shades of Green" – how apt for Ireland.
Our tour traversed the island from Waterford to the west coast, stopping at Killarney, then north to Limerick, Sligo, into Northern Island to Belfast, then back into the Republic to Dublin, for our ferry ride across to Liverpool.
Along the way we tried the Irish traditionals ...
The cemeteries were like the ones you’ve seen in films, right beside the church. It’s not something I’ve seen at home, but maybe I wasn’t in the right area. Walking inside the church there were grave stones dating by to the 1800s.
We left here and had dinner at a favourite spot of John and Kay’s, before driving back to their home. We passed a village called Hollywood. It even ...
... and more particularly at this time if the year as the end of season culminates in the weeks of September. Often the change of flags can be taken as the indicator of county boundaries so as we rolled off the ferry a little before 1400 the purple & gold of Wexford changed to the blue & white of Waterford. I look forward to seeing the red & white flags of Cork (the best county and I'm not biased) when I cross the county boundaries tomorrow at around midday. On ...
... person in Ireland has decided to go to the beach today, so every seaside village was awash with radiant people in neon shades of bright crimson and white, and streets that looked like valet parking lots.
Settled on lunch in Dungarvan where we visited the local museum and had a lovely chat with the manager who thought that knowing anything about our ancestors prior to 1810 was amazing. I got the name and contact details of ...
... were all a little surprised by how much fun we had. We walked along some tiny roads and through the countryside as we made our way back to Ballycotton center. Along the way we spotted a horse in this field. I clapped for it to come and he started charging me. I knew he couldn't hop the fence so I didn't move my ground and he came within a foot or two of me it was crazy. But then he let me pet him so I think we left on pretty ...