Maldron Hotel Portlaoise
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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David and Maggs showed us a great time in Limerick and we bade them farewell and drove down to Kinsale, the gastronomy capital of Ireland. We took the route through the mountain gaps and it was very beautiful. On the way we found Annette's friend Mary and her husband Dave in Cork. We agreed to rendezvous in Kinsale the next day and headed off to our AirBnB host Helen Whitley. We settled in, walked the village and agreed on Jim ...
... Sinead in the L'arche workshops.
Then we went to the KCAT building. KCAT is a arts school and on the top floor was another camphill community living place and out the back were several independent dwellings. It was interesting to here about the drama courses from different ...
... start writing. From his words we captured a tour of ireland that we could not have appreciated from any book. The incantation, in his voice and the way he would describe certain areas to see, captured the essence of a country where the people are warm, friendly and seem to be so willing to express and share their love of the country they call home. Was very enjoyable. Our new friend dropped us off at the airport and we continued on with our Journey. ...
October 5, 2010 Tuesday
Up at about 7:30 am went down to breakfast a little after 8:00 am.
In addition to a room for the evening, breakfast and 14 days free parking the Quality inn also provided free transportation to O’Hare. The driver, of Mexican decent, was quite friendly and good at his job. He was fun to talk to and made the trip seem short. He dropped us off at Terminal 2 around 10 am. ...
... would enjoy ANYTHING on a baguette!
We took some time around this picturesque little working fishing village. Just spectacular. Eventually, we found ourselves back at the Skellig experience waiting for our boat to arrive. We finally boarded and left the pier at about 3:30 p.m. Within 10 minutes I knew I was in trouble. Although it was a beautiful day, we were in the open ocean with swells that Pat said were twelve to fifteen feet high. ...