Maldron Hotel Wexford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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the trip on the ferry, we wandered around before dinner to discover
what was on board. To avoid being bored, we went to a game room where
we had a lot of fun. There were also restaurants and a shop on the
ferry. In the evening, we went to the dico party, but we were
disappointed that the dance floor was too small !
... memorial. This is a reproduction of an 1840’s emigrant vesselthat carried Irish Emigrants during the famous Potato Famine. It would have been interesting to be able to tour the ship, but it was getting late, and we were on a quest to get to our hotel. We arrived about 2o minutes later in Tramore, located in the County Waterford on the southeast coast of Ireland. It is a small fishing village until the railway in 1853. Our hotel was a rather ...
... of the gab! Photo proof of Sal kissing the Blarney Stone is attached :) Lea acquired the gift of the gab a few years prior........say no more!
After this momentus occasion, we drove thru Cork and onto Waterford. We visited Waterford Crystal and had a tour through the factory. We got to see the many stages of construction and now have an understanding as to why that chandelier in the showroom costs 2,817 Euro's. To get to be an engraver, one would ...
... guide said there were beliefs that the cross could bring good luck. However, we have our doubts as he tried to tell us that holding your arms around the middle and holding your hands would mean perfect oral health so no more dental bills. No single person on the tour was prepared to hop 9 times around the cross backwards which is meant to mean you will marry within the year. The guide also told us about a former archbishop who was Catholic, turned Protestant when Elizabeth I was ...
... Stone. Am usually quite adventurous, but if I had of realised that they hang you that far out and that the only thing keeping you from falling is an older gent, I wouldn't have done it!!
Should probably (try) and explain the Blarney Stone. Apparently (and not sure if I have this right), Elizabeth I came to Blarney Castle and reckoned he (castle owner/earl/whatever) was talking bollocks about something and made a comment along the lines ...