Sean Ogs Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... well packaged and not too heavy. First souvenir! Left Waterford then and headed towards Wicklow Mountains. Saw a sign for a tapestry at a castle ruin in a town called Ferns. Wasn't meant to be open until June but a man who was the caretaker was there showing his family who were visiting for Easter and when he saw us looking he invited us to come in and have a look too. Typical of the kindness ...
... tables. When
all these steps were done, the new terrace was awesome. I cut the grass with
many different machines like tractor, lawn mower and a trimmer. We also work
on the extension of the tearooms. I used a lot of my painting skills with this
project. We also cleaned all the chairs and tables for the extension of the
tearooms. There were a lot of storage items in the barn so it was full ...
A good nights rest was all we needed to get us ready for another day. After our comical efforts at using the on/of shower that appeared to be one water surge away from loosing the shower head and yet simultaneously sprayed massive amounts of water everywhere except where we needed it, we made it down to the Avondale kitchen for our first-ever Irish breakfast.
It was a quiet affair despite the frantic pattering feet of the ...
... did not stay the night with us at the hostel we met up with her also.
We left for Gory at night. To meet with Iona's mom. Had dinner at her house and stayed for the night.
When we got up: Dan, Iona, Bodhi and Iona's Mom (Liz) and myself went
for a walk. In a woods near her house. We saw a waterfall and a "swing
... we found South 51, a pub with a good mix of food. We arrived and were instructed to find a table anywhere which we did and were then quickly shuttled off to the front room. Apparently the back room was reserved for some very special guests. As it turned out, the first of them started to arrive about 90 minutes later, just as we were leaving.
The front of the pub was a bit more cramped and a bit colder but it allowed us a taste of Southwest Ireland’s finest fashions. Now, ...