Maldron Hotel Wexford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... fenced path around the edges and the whole top was hollow..I had forgotten that Gaynor freaks at height where you can see below and as soon as we came out at the top she dropped to a squat and closed her eyes and we had to walk like that all the way around the circuit until we got to the stairs down..lol. Quite funny afterwards, she had the man in front of us worried as he kept turning to check she was OK and she kept saying yeah I will be fine I am just looking closely ...
... do you think I would seriously turn you loose in a cider factory?" Whatever :p
The Waterford Crystal Factory was interesting to tour. Seeing how it is produced makes me understand the expense of their pieces. They have a 5 year apprenticeship to become a craftsman, where they have to memorize all of the standard etching patterns. At the end of their five years they have three attempts to make what they call the apprentice bowl. If ...
Another big shopping day that has tonight ended in an Irish pub. To give you and idea of how big the day has been KB has done justice to several pints of Guinness, I have a new ring and KB ate pasta and garlic bread for dinner - I have pics!!!! Love u all ...
... and history of the city youre in. we visited a popular plaza, the oldest restaurant in the world, a bar were they make their alcohol from a fruit in spain and serve the shot to you in a chocolate cup so you take the shot then eat the glass, haha. rather unique. we saw a few statues of the past royalty and one of Cervantes (spanish author), who was voted second favorite Spaniard in all of spain in 2007 i believe by the spanish people. number one favorite Spaniard is ...
... it was commuted to transportation to Tasmania. He escaped from there to the USA and ended up fighting on the Union side in the Civil War.
We had soup in the café below then walked back to the car. At that stage we decided to go to Hook Lighthouse after all as the weather seemed a bit better. The trip took us to Passage East, from where we took the car ferry across to the Hook Peninsula (a 4 minute trip which saves a 50 minute drive). The ferry runs continuously ...