Maldron Hotel Wexford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and marijuana (in a protected steel dome). Further down towards a fast flowing stream, and at the bottom of the castle wall was Badger Cave. You could only enter about 20 metres but we still saw some small stalactites. We were really starting to enjoy the our walk around the grounds and it even got better through the Rock Close. There was an elevated walkaway past waterfalls and dolmens and through mossy rock formations (Witch's Kitchen, Druids Cave, Fairy Glade). We left ...
Travelled the last 180 km, to Wexford, mostly in pouring rain and fog, stopping at Dungarvan for coffee - looked like an interesting harbour town - and at New Ross for lunch. Camped at the city site, on a hill overlooking the sea we have to cross tomorrow to Wales, still in pouring rain and wind. Rain and wind howled part of the night, buffeting the Boomer. Ireland has been great - family to see and so many memories as ...
... wasn't!!! It was a just a patchy sheep!!! We finally got to see some red deer at close range and we had the most wonderful guide in the park. Ffjorn - almost so thick we couldn't understand him but we certainly got - turty-too, t-reee owners......you get the jist! Fabbo. We ventured onto Limerick for 1 night stopover. We opted out of the tour group to enjoy a lovely bar meal with two fellow Churchillians and touries at our hotel.
The next day, we did ...
... ended up eating what Amanda had gotten, and I shared Amber’s sandwich, so we weren’t really terribly hungry.) But I ended up with a larger meal than I expected from the description on the menu, and still ate almost all of it.
From there, we just kept putting into the GPS destinations that would keep us off the main highways. We wanted to drive through Wicklow National Park, and it isn’t really on the direct route to anywhere. ...
... and the abbey stayed in the family although it was alternatively owned by Protestant and Catholic descendants. Under Cromwell it was restored to the Protestant branch of the family.
The family history included death by drowning, death in a duel, beheading, madness, bankruptcy, missing wills, political exile, family lawsuits and even an alleged poisoning (of an owner by his wife). It was like reading an over the top gothic novel. The abbey still stayed in one ...