Tinakilly Country House Hotel & Restaurant
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... This proved to be an annoying and frustrating process. The train ride was about an hour long. I slept on top of my bag the whole way. We got to our hotel and checked in then had to hurry off and get introduced to the area before we grabbed a quick lunch. The area we are staying in is not too bad but the hotel could be a bit better. The fact that there is no wifi in the rooms is causing a great deal of stress to ...
... Saint Peter's Church, in Drogheda. This church holds the relic of Saint Oliver Plunkett's head. After arriving back in Dublin we changed out of our now thoroughly soaked clothes and headed off the the Belvedere Hotel for dinner and an Irish music show called Irish Nights. The food was possibly the best food we've had all week (which is saying something). The show that followed was amazing. I wish I would have brought my camera because it was spectacular. Yesterday we got ...
... We went up to the Gravity bar at the Guinness Storehouse and got a great view of the city. We were able to see several notable buildings including Croke Park and Aviva Stadium. We got lunch at this little bagel factory. The food was great, as all of the little cafes' have been. We also took a stop at the Dublin Castle. The most interesting part about this was seeing the parts still standing and what was the courtyard of the old ...
... seen, tho we are well off the beaten track. Pub in Riverchapel with this fabulous mural on the end wall. See pic. Gorey, I have never seen so many fashionable womens clothing shops. Girls, we could do a long weekend here??? A very nice prosperous looking towns, half way between Wexford and Wicklow, near the coast. Not many Pharmacies either!!! We were directed to a nice wee cafe (in Gorey), where I had soup for brunch and kev an omelette. ...
... amaze,and a well and a chapel, kitchens,and a haven for pigeons,many apartments for them,
.A good guide,Lynn Hand was her name ,from Aberdeen, and she was delighted to know I was from NZ ..because she was an exchange teacher 25 years ago,and Raewyn, she taught in Wakworth,and remembered your maiden name as amongst her pupils she felt, was a Wenzlick..what a small world it is,anyway she was excellent..
We had time in Conway to explore, walk through this ancient, pretty ...