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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our breakfast served by Betty was very nice including home-cooked scones, pancakes, porridge and smoked salmon. It rained a bit as we left the B&B but it soon cleared up leaving good driving conditions for the drive to Blarney Castle.
The kids were unsure about seeing another castle and kissing the Blarney Stone but by the end of the …
So we set off a bit late setting off and ended up rushing to the ferry, but we made it! Phew....The crossing was really calm and the sun was shining. The free wifi helped with making it a little less boring and some good old swedish rummy finished the job. We arrived in Rosslare and parked straight up next to the beach to the the booge go for a …
... tea shop called Poppies. We later discovered this cafe is listed on must visit places around this area. Next we followed a bit of the Military Road Drive. Through little places like Roundwood and Glendalough. The area around here was quite rugged, but barren. Very rocky, little greenery, no trees. Unusual for Ireland. This drive led us to the Wicklow Mountains in which there is ...
... a great museum with some outstanding displays, artifacts, and basic history information. It was probably one of the best museums we have visited and was well worth our time.
Waterford is a very nice city -- clean and easy to walk around. Across the street and around the corner was the Waterford Crystal factory and store. Contrary to ...
... luck this time. The soup is good but the bread is fantastic! So good. And it was all reasonably priced. I definitely recommend the Cafe Royal.
We have about 40 minutes left on our parking, so we pick a few places on the map. We walk up to the church then down an alley to see St. Martin's gate which is a remnant from the old Viking days. As we head down towards the water, we pass a store called "USA Store" which ...