Richmond House

Address: Cappoquin, County Waterford, Ireland | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Cappoquin

        Jameson Distillery and Irish dancing

        A travel blog entry by sarahophelan on Jun 30, 2015

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        ... a bite of someone's fish & chips while we were there and actually thought it was pretty good! They also have mushy peas, which I liked better than the fish :) and this week, I got up and learned the dances on two separate occasions--there is a video somewhere which I will try to find and post for anyone who wants to see me making a fool of myself! All in all, a wonderful day, and I definitely have a newfound appreciation for ...


        A travel blog entry by sgillies on Apr 12, 2015

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        ... course the English. While they took great pains to protect the harbour from sea invasions, they forgot to fortify their land access as well. The Irish came by land and invaded. Finally the English left town and handed it back! Back to Cork for another session at Olver Plunketts. No music today, just a soccer game. Man U verses Man City. The Irish back Man U. Man U won, though you didn't need a tv screen to let you know this was good news! The cheering from all pubs was rather ...

        Volcanic Crusie Day 14

        A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 19, 2014


        ... city limits. The little town of Carrickfergus is strategically situated over Belfast Lough. Its Carrickfergus Castle - considered the first real Irish Castle- was built in 1180 by the Norman John de Courcy to guard the approach to Belfast.. This castle played an important military role until 1928 and is now a heritage structure.

        Londonderry, the second largest city in Northern Ireland, is the only completely walled city in the British Isles and you ...

        Travel Insurance

        A travel blog entry by bernie_mac on Jul 21, 2014

        ... for trips. It was time to investigate.

        After going through the online process the price was looking at somewhere around the 584 - 756...ish mark. Well over budget for what it was. It only really covered the climbing end and not the travelling end which meant I would have to invest in a different travel insurance policy as well.

        OK so that's the BMC out the window.

        Best ring MI.



        A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Feb 17, 2014

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        ... seeing the blarney house, lime kiln, lookout tower, crazy old trees and so much more. After we walked into the town centre and visited the blarney woollen mills and cafe. We has afternoon tea of fruit scone, jam and cream with a hot chocolate which were amazing! Everything in the shop was super expensive but very elegant. We spotted our tour guide from the giants causeway tour (Belfast) waiting for his tour group whilst they were in the castle, we ...

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