Toby Jug

Address: Main Street Cappoquin Co. Waterford, Cappoquin, County Waterford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Main Street Cappoquin Co. Waterford, Cappoquin.
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    Whoops! Busy week!

    A travel blog entry by misscurran on May 05, 2015

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    Hello class!

    Sorry for not posting in a bit, I have been SUPER busy. Ireland has so many incredible places to visit that I haven't had time to just sit down and relax for a while!

    This past week was a holiday in Ireland called "May Day," which celebrates the beginning of the summer season and all of the schools have off for the first Monday and Tuesday in the month of May. So, since I had a long weekend, I took advantage of ...

    American For Hire

    A travel blog entry by lmarshman on Sep 16, 2014

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    I sit here in a small little coffee shop, watching the people pass by, the staff hurrying to fill orders and the busy street stuck in traffic. My mind wonders how it all works so fluidly, how does everyone move and work in connection with each other. Upon this thought links the thought of where do I fit in. Where is my place in this small but large city on the emerald isle? CV's or resumes continue to be sent with emails and every week ...

    The stalker jugglers

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jul 15, 2014

    The staff at this campsite amaze me!!  One of them, the same girl who gave me the book last night has offered her mum up to take me into town today so I don't need to walk! It was so quick and relaxing coming back into town.  And then it was on to Cork. The last stop before the most awesome week of the year.  So I took the bus to cork, found my hostel and met a lovely Spanish girl.  We went out for a cheap lunch and then went to a museum.  It was a nice ...

    Cork - Greyhound races!

    A travel blog entry by younge.zytynsky on May 31, 2014

    ... in Cork and looked up where to go to get to our hostel. They have a market in downtown cork so we decided to head over and check it out. It was mostly fresh foods but they had some baked goods that we decided to purchase and take to the park with us for a snack. We sat next to a beautiful fountain and enjoyed our sweet treats before continuing on towards our hostel.

    We stayed at the International ...

    Irish Road Trip - Cork and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Apr 01, 2013

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    ... lookout towers, murder holes etc. most of the floor/roof of the rooms fallen away but you could see where they would have been with the marks on the walls and the fireplaces that were coming out of the walls. Luckily the staircases were still usable! It was a big contrast to seeing the elegance of Versailles which was amazingly preserved and you could imagine people living there at the time. This was proper ruins and an even cooler step back into history. We ...