Murphy Floods Hotel

Address: Market Square, Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Market Square, Enniscorthy, is near Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre, The National 1798 Visitor Centre, Antique Tavern, and Ballycoursey Day Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Enniscorthy

Road to Dublin

A travel blog entry by judysadventures on Jul 29, 2015

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Today we are taking the long road to Dublin. Our first stop is going to be the Avoca weavers. Then it will be on to Glendalough, a monastic community of a sort that we've not seen before. Sheila, tour guide extraordinare, gives us a history lesson while we go along our way. Avoca was a wonderful stop on the way. Very interesting to watch the weavers. Stopped briefly at Glendalough, a monastic city where St. Kevin came to ...

Will we ever eat at home twice in a row??

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Jul 16, 2015

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... the Catholics and the Protestants. Coming from Australia where the oldest history is based on indigenous rock art that I have never seen it is hard to grasp this type of history that dates back so far and is so well preserved and documented.

As it was still raining when we finished, our museum visit was followed by a stand up picnic under a veranda. Then we moved on to another indoor venue, the Bishop’s Palace. The history here ...

The evening at the B&B

A travel blog entry by psubrat93 on Aug 31, 2014

... the area for business. He shares his cookies with us as well. He tells us how American football is becoming very popular in Ireland due to satellite television. He also mentions that the Steelers are well liked because they are owned by an Irishman but he is a Chicago Bears fan himself. Shortly after he left, four more travelers arrive. They are a rowdy bunch and have us laughing. They do ask us ...

Episode 10

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 10, 2014

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... ceilings, but little else to offer except a display of some clothes from the latter part of the 18th century.

Perhaps the nicest of the Stately Homes we visited is Emo Court. Building started here in 1795 and continued well into the 1800’s. It stayed in the one family until around 1920 when that family relocated back to England because of the troubles here. Jesuit Monks bought the house and used it as a Monastery from sometime in the ...

Crystal, Crystal Everywhere!

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 11, 2013

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... try lassies, nice try. We drove downtown and parked in our first parking garage. It was weird. They put spots anywhere and everywhere. There were straight spaces, angled spaces, parallel spaces, spaces that narrowed, and spaces that said "Compact Car Only". What? Weren't all the cars in Ireland compact? We chose to put the Juke in one of these spots. Well, at least in America this car would be considered compact. We made our way to the ...

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