Maldron Hotel Wexford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s and the owners shut up shop. It was re-opened by a couple of Czechs in the 1950's. Having now seen the factory I understand why the crystal is so expensive. The production process is really hands on. To be a master-cuter at Waterford a person must apprentice for five years. A further three years study is to be completed during which time the apprentice must be able to re-produce the "apprentice bowl". They are given three chances. ...
... replica of the ship. The captain was a prolific writer to his employers so a great record exists of the ship and its activities. After the usual five minute film and walk through the displays, the guide, in character and costume, guided us through the ship introducing us to two passengers who told us about their experiences on the ship. Fun! (It would have ...
... and go into museums to learn about the Vikings and the Irish aristocracy. I had the best fish and chips (otherwise known as cod goujons). I also manage to support a little father/ daughter cupcake stand and got to purchase some homemade truffles. Here I got to try flavors such as, Guinness, Jameson, Baileys etc. notice a common theme here? It was nice to switch things up a bit for once.
Sunday: Woke up early and walked to church and did some much needed ...
... to go for it. haha. our churro hunt was forgotten at this point. he showed us where it was and while we were walking there we talked to him a bit. his name is Zakaria and he is from Morocco. once we arrived at the place i asked if he would come in with us but he said he had to go back to work so me and sav headed in. as we entered there was good music and it was pretty full. lots of guys but thats a typical club. after a moment of resting our feet (we were both in heels!) ...
... captained her from 1845 to March 1848. The merchant Graves family from New Ross commissioned her. They commissioned eight such ships to carry cargo from America and Canada.
Dunbrody was primarily a cargo vessel and carried timber from Canada, cotton from the southern states of the USA and guano from Peru. The ship was fitted out with bunks and facilities for passengers desperate to escape the harrowing conditions at home. From 1845 to 1851, between April and September, ...