Address: 15 Craywell Road John Street, New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15 Craywell Road John Street, New Ross, is near Brigit's Garden, Kilkenny Golf Club, and J.F.K. Trust Dunbrody.
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A travel blog entry by jennap480 on Aug 12, 2015

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... pain meds this morning instead of once the pain becomes unbearable. last night was emotional--but i'll write more about that later. for now, im off on an adventure and i couldn't be happier! love to you all, hugs to you all, may you all be happy and full of ...

We're in Ireland!!! YESSS!!!

A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Dec 02, 2014

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... gave us a ton of tips on places to go, music to hear, and the goings-on of the area. After beer and dinner, we decided 24+hours of being awake was all we could handle. We just got back to the hotel. Matt is in bed. I'm almost there. We have a packed day tomorrow of revisiting the main area tomorrow, including the castle and the Rothe House. Ireland absolutely rocks and everyone is so friendly. This is going to be an amazing adventure. Until ...

Disclaimer... I've had four pints of Irish cider.

A travel blog entry by jenchuck76 on Jul 26, 2014

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... hen and stag party" central. We made some new Irish friends that "loved our accent". It seems that Kilkenny is quite the party hub. We turned down the invite from one party to be the girls that would get them into the disco. Four pints was plenty for these girls. So, we made our way back, and here we are. Steph is freshly showered, and I'm blogging for you lovely people. (As the Irish would say.) and now to upload pictures! Until ...

Narrow Roads and Big Scenery

A travel blog entry by foley1617 on Jun 14, 2014

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... dinner tonight to the city center not far away. We found the "Butter Slip", a passage way to the quay (pronounced key). The alley was primarily used to ferry butter from the streets above to the docks for export. Butter was Ireland's top export for a number of years. Thru the Slip we entered another street not for cars that had a number of restaurants to choose from. We are finally back at the hotel tonight and are enjoying the view from our room. I am very excited about ...

Castles and rocks

A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 24, 2013

... just out of town. We are met by Michael and he gives us some tips for Waterford. We decide to go in for a look and a bit of a walk, all the touristy things are closed but good to find it all for tomorrow. We find a great restaurant for dinner, The Munster Bar, turns out it was on my list of places to eat at. We enjoy a late night chat with our host Catherine who tells us about her night in Dublin celebrating her friends 60th birthday. I don't get much of my blog done at ...