Maldron Hotel Wexford

Address: Ballindinas, Ballindinas, County Wexford, Province of Leinster, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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      Travelling in the rain to the ferry.

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 21, 2014

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      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 ...

      Double Rainbow

      A travel blog entry by patrick_h on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... retelling of all the times England conquered Ireland (I'd be more excited, but I've gotten this history three other times now). The bishop's house was more interesting, with a history of important local figures and an impressive display of silver and Waterford glass. Waterford is famous for their glass crystal, and the house has the oldest piece of Waterford glass in existence. I didn't buy any by the way, as most things are €100+. Tomorrow we head for ...

      Kilkenny, Waterford

      A travel blog entry by marjen13 on May 08, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... so many Irish during the Potato Famine. Ireland had about 8 million people and around one quarter of them were totally dependant the potato for their food supply. They were mostly subsistence farmers renting small /plots of land from landlords. If they did have jobs they may have only earned one shilling a day but due to the poor quality of their diets they were often too sick to work. When the blight struck the potato crop over 1 million people died and more ...

      Last night in Ireland

      A travel blog entry by yackandandah on Aug 26, 2011

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      ... touring Blarney Castle and the surrounding grounds. Amazing place depicting a history rich in an array of substance, fear and amazement. They were cruel and wondrous times depending on who you were born to. I was explaining to the kids that these were times when a few had everything while most scratched out a living in fear of their lives. It was a harsh time built on fear, greed and power. Not that different to today.

      We drove from Blarney to Wexford and ...

      Don't kiss the Blarney stone

      A travel blog entry by greatescape2011 on Jul 31, 2011

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      ... crystal factory was not something high on my to do list for Ireland but it was interesting watching them take hot glass from the kiln and shape it into moulds.
      Got room service from the hotel tonight, thick pieces of roast pork, mashed potatoes, pumpkin and broccoli. The Irish would give the Austrians a run for their money in terms of cooking.
      Tomorrow it's on to Dublin for 2 ...