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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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The silly thing though is that the potato was the only crop affected, yet Ireland continued to produce corn, wheat, barley and beef. However, the mostly English landlords made a bigger profit by selling these food products overseas. Also, the worst hit by the famine were on the West Coast, and it took a long time for the problem to become known by people who could help them. When Queen Victoria heard about the people starving they send ...
Today we got going early and headed for the horse show grounds. The hotel is only a 20 minute walk away, which is very convenient. When we got to the show we checked in, got our passes, program and catalogue, and had a quick breakfast at the cafe near the main gate. The first class we wanted to watch was the young riders 1.25 - 1.3 metres. Well, there were so many shopping opportunities on the way to the ring that it probably took us over an ...
... to bounce stuff off them. I really appreciated their help and they'll be getting a printed copy of the whole thing in hardback for their troubles. Finally I’d like to say thank you to everyone who read the blog. To be honest i didn't know what to expect when I started doing it in February but I was genuinely blown away with the response that it got. Thanks again for taking the time to read it and I hope you enjoyed ...
... The entrance to the tombs was a muddy muddy muddy mess. People were slipping all over the place because we walked straight up a hill for what seemed like miles. The tomb was cool, but the weather was brutal. To finish the tour we stopped at a cemetery and at Saint Peters Church, both really cool places where I took loads of pictures. Dinner was fun and we got to watch some awesome Irish dancing and listen to some great Irish music. A great experience. ...
Awoke 7.15am to rain, and a small lightening and thunder session. Re packed and sorted bags. Assured Kevin that everything WILL fit. 11am. 11.5* heading up the coast road towards Wicklow. Raining, the first day we could really say it is raining. Ardamine, could kid yourself you were at Awakino, down that strip on the left heading to AK, beach baches just like home. Convolvulus everywhere! Flaxes, cabbage trees. Toi tois. First unsealed potholed roads ...