Marlfield House Hotel
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... He told me: “After 25 years of learning, I’m
still learning”. The fact that it’s really hard is the beauty of this sport. I
really enjoy to practise this hobby because it’s to challenge yourself and also
because it’s a good way to relax. I think that I will buy a bow when I come back
to Canada. The archery teacher just passed on his passion for this sport to ...
... the confetti that Jenny and Derrick hurled over the couple to be the previous night as they got home from the dinner in the Europa with their mates. Mart had even needed a balloon of Derrick’s brandy. I had been up late editing Dad’s wedding speech while watching the series 'Peepshow’; hilarious. Probably my most important writing assignment ever…
Lou’s brothers Mark and Scott were there and they dressed in ...
... on the spot or walking without many tools to support our bodies. The only tools used in the class was a pool noodle near the end of the 45 minute class. It was a fun and low impact class exercise.
Later we walked from the house into Gorey. We did a bit more shopping for a diary and other gifts. We also went to the libarary and lit some candles at the church in town. ...
... Belgian wits there and some of the boys at the bar decided to try some themselves. The Irish aren’t used to beers that clear 5.0 ABV and most of the Belgians are above that line so I’m sure this added to their level of fun for the evening. As it turned out, we closed the place and were happy we had no driving to do. We wandered back through the narrow cobbled streets of Wexford, looking in the dark shop windows, laughing at the days adventures and finally happy to lie down for a while and ...
... It was wonderful to catch up in person as we’ve been friends for 20 years now, with visits every decade. We all agreed the next visit would have to be sooner than 2020.
Sunday while Jim and Oonagh dismantled their living room in preparation for a remodel beginning Monday, we went to Glendalough, a well-known monastic site in County Wicklow. The last time we visited it was very atmospheric with low-hanging clouds and ...