The Killeshin Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... in the responsive reading in Gaelic. Afterwards, we were bused to the brides's parent's farm in the country for the reception. A large marquee (tent to the Americans) provided a dinner and dancing venue and shelter in the event of rain -- which blessedly held off despite being forecast. We opted for the first bus at 11:30PM knowing we had to get a reasonably early start for a fair bit of driving the next day. Stay tuned for back to vacation ...
... hall and a reed bed and a waterfall used instead of a septic tank to deal with sewage in a green way. There were lots of houses and people of all ages living there. We bought three chutneys to try out.
We went back into Callen and had tea/coffee and bisquits and a chat with a ...
... to myself that this reminded me of Harry Potter and Diagon Alley, when Evan said, "Hey mom! This minds me of Harry Potter!" Great minds think alike. We enjoyed walking the town and looking in all the shop windows. Most shops were closed at 8 pm. Kilkenny Castle was lit up at night. It took on an entirely different look - it was very beautiful. We slept with our window open and fell asleep listening to ducks quacking. What a nice peaceful end to our day.
... today against Tipperary (blue/white). But Dublin was packed with Kilkenny fans and this was their 5th time in the finals and if they won a 5th time, it would be a record and the only team to do so! Quite exciting! We made our way through south city central and the guy asked me why I rented from this particular location - seems it would have been easier to rent from the Dublin airport location based on where we were heading next – oh well. ...
... the tickets which includes a video and time to tour the little "museum." The boat wasn't scheduled to sail until 3:15 so we had some time to kill. We headed back to PortMagee and had a wonderful lunch at a little place called the Skellig Mist. It was excellent. In case you were curious, I went for a ciabatta with baked brie, sun dried tomatoes and roasted peppers. Extreme yumminess. Nora very much enjoyed her sliced chicken on a baguette. Let's face ...