Quality Hotel & Leisure Center Youghal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... This history buff enjoyed it.
While there, we accidently made the acquaintance of a policeman who explained the Irish parking policy. In most towns, you park, find the ticket stand, pay for parking (usually one Euro for one hour), then display the ticket in your window. We were lucky in New Ross as we didn't know this and managed not to get a ticket. We spent some time talking politics with him.
We headed out to the ...
... town walls, some pretty gardens, and a Quakers headquarters. All the dates are just a muddle in my head now.
We drove along the coast to Ardmore. We thought it had changed a lot in the 21 years since we first visited but a local we chatted with said it hadn't changed at all in that time. The final clouds rolled away so we walked the Ardmore cliff track enjoying the vast blue Atlantic ocean and watching the sea ...
Fiona – ‘How do we get that?’
Me – ‘Send your phone off to the Embassy.’
The conversation carried on for a couple of minutes before:
Me – ‘Did I just tell you to send your phone off to the embassy?’
Fiona – ‘Yep.’
Me – ‘I meant passport.’
Fiona – ‘Yea I thought that alright, we can ...
... a smoke with his buddy. He was pretty much willing to sign anything and added “Just try to bring it back without any huge dents and you’ll be fine”. We were sure it would take a significant collision to have a noticeable impact on the appearance of the car. I was comfortable with that.
Off into the misty darkness we drove with nowhere to be in a hurry. So, with virtually no sleep for 36 hours, I decided to head off in the opposite direction of Cahir, ...
... the sea. As we made our way through this colorful town we stopped at St. Mary's Collegiate Church & Graveyard. It was a beautiful church and, as akward as it is to say, a beautiful graveyard as well. Some of the grave's were from the 1700 and 1800 hundreds, it was pretty crazy.
At the top of the hill behind the graveyard was the old city wall. It had a small little tower with a great view of the city from the top. We enjoyed walking around the wall as ...