Riverbank House Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... day to pickup before leaving for Cork. Then we went back to the Thomas Moore tavern & had a pint, enjoying the taverns clientele learning more about the area. We checked the menu, but still too full from lunch. We returned to the hotel. We told Kieren that we'd return around 11 on our way out of town to Cork. Before we left, we decided to take a quick swim before hitting the road. An issue with Ireland is that all have to wear swim caps in ...
... it in the end though. Arrived about half 11 and had a cheeky coffee and a play in the play barn before heading to the animal encounters barn. They had lemurs, a couple of raccoons, rabbits, a giant tortoise called Toby and lots of guinea pigs! Kids got to hold a guinea pig each on their laps and then had a pony ride on snowball the horse. Had a bit more lounging around/play barn and then had a spot of lunch. Benji n Bella went on a quad bike ...
... this year! His daughter, who is entering with him, put him up for it! Hats off to him and good luck. We watched them set off on their swim or rather heard the sound which he emitted on contact with the water! We then continued walking on this lovely sandy beach to the concrete groyne, sat and watched the swimmers for a bit, "picked up" a white boxer dog, which slobbered over my jeans, and then made our way back to the site for dinner and a game of crib! Early start tomorrow for the ...
... way back to Adel's was quick on the motorway and we were relaxing in our beds by 6:30pm. This night we needed to actually go out to eat for dinner. The first night in Waterford Mom and Erin fell asleep and no dinner was eaten, and on the second night we went to the nearest gas station and got some chips and snacks. Luckily Anne told us there was a great pub called The Holy Cross just 4 minutes from her place. Jackpot! An actual pub dinner! The Holy Cross was ...
... a craftsman to learn the steps of blowing and shaping the crystal and 3 years to learn the etching skills needed to create an object.
Finally, of course, we were ushered into the retail area with all things sparkling....and we do like sparkle!! But we resisted.
Later we took a walking tour of Waterford. Waterford is Ireland's oldest city and ...