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Left Newport Wales this morning for our drive eventually to the ferry to cross to Ireland this afternoon. Ferry due to leave at 2.30 and arrive in Ireland at 6. 30 First village was Avergavenny( remember the song), then Brecon and Carmarthen through some very green and pretty countryside Finally to Fishguard for ferry trip across St George's channel to Rosslare in Ireland. Overnight at Waterford in delightful hotel -Glanville ...
... there were a couple of cruise ships in and there were Americans everywhere! Blarney castle was the busiest place we have been. I had soup of the day (again!). Graeme had a home made corn beef sandwich - he was in heaven! It was very nice. I bought a coffee to take on the bus. Cork (Irish: Corcaigh) is situated on the banks of the River Lee in the south of the country. We had a drive through Cork - a very pretty town. We ...
... or boots. It’s a really cute look and makes a lot of sense when walking around the streets. Watching two girls tottering around in high heels on cobblestones was both amusing and awe inspiring! LOLOL
Ok, I think I’m finally done for now,. Thanks for keeping up with us via this blog. We’re having a good time putting it together and it will help us remember this trip long after we return.
Love and miss you all.
Diane and ...
... Lower, which were created by glacial deposits of rock. We arrived near Lower Lake and walked a trail called the Green Road to the National Park Information Office near Upper Lake, where there are eight different trails that take around 1-4 hours each. Because it was such a nice Sunday, there were tons of people picnicking, hiking, and playing sports around the shores of the lake. It was really hopping!
We had lunch and then did one of the 1 hour ...
... which the Irish Website listed and at least 3 other people were able to direct us to roughly the same spot which was also where the street signs pointed. It was only later in the afternoon that a lady in the Majestic hotel calmly stated that "Oh no, they didn’t open it this summer". We had been searching for something that no longer exists! It did mean that we thoroughly covered the seaside area of Tramore.
Buses were running every 30 minutes so we ...