Maldron Hotel Wexford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... show testament to this concerted action by Cromwell over a two year period); and the “Potato Famine” of the mid 1800s – abandoned ruins of houses are dotted across the landscape – this was when the population of Ireland was reduced by about 50% to only 4.5 million. The final event to shape Ireland of course was then separation of the north and south and then the independence of the south to form the Republic ...
... Four Irish guys. And we talked and went for a pint (of water for me because I am cheap like that) and that was that. Today I learned two things. Jugglers stand out like neon signs to other jugglers. EJc is getting closer. And... Jumping in the Irish sea with no more than a bikini on when you can't swim is a class act I will not be repeating again. I think I need floaties. Lisa ...
When I was in Dublin, looking for a second hand book, I found ps I love you for 3.99. That is the price of a new book. Today I went to Waterford for the day. And I found it for 0.50! Bargain! I did the tour of Waterford crystal today. Even though crystal wasn't my thing before the tour, I really enjoyed it! The thing that fascinated me the most was the fact that every single one of those cuts into the crystal is done completely by hand. And steady hand work they have! ...
... Nottingham and in Dublin/Ireland as well this week. after the walking tour since it was easter sunday not much else was open so we returned to the hostel and figured out the rest of our week since we hadnt really organized anything, haha. had a chill night. the next day i wanted to rent a bike and bike around the city for a few hours. my friend from Uni was going to join me as well but when we got to the station to rent a bike it wouldnt take our cards :( rather upsetting. ...
... was all I could think of. I insisted on buying the 2 photos although John really only wanted one.
The Castle is the third structure on the site. A 10th century wooden hunting lodge was replaced by a stone building in the 13th century. Cormac MacCarthy, King of Munster, started to build the castle in 1446, and it was the most powerful fortress of its time, set in 8 acres surrounded by a wall with watchtowers. It was built on solid rock like many other castles we have seen.