Fitzgerald's Vienna Woods Hotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... to Ireland from all around the world and do. The stone is at the very top of the castle and is known to have special powers that give people who kiss it "the gift of the gab," meaning that they will have a very eloquent way of speaking and always know what to say! To kiss the stone you have to lie down on your back while the attendants working there tip you backwards, you hold onto two railings behind you and ...
... I remember correctly. The temperature is not too bad, 14 degrees with heavy cloud cover. Seas are moderate and less than 10 feet and expected to be the same tomorrow. Not bad for the north Atlantic. The Captain's update at noon advised tomorrow night we should be heading into "adverse weather" as he outran a system to our northeast but will encounter another system from Greenland late in the ...
... hadn't slept) and they began talking German as I walked away and randomly added in the word Schmetterling. It was class! - I had a few beers here and there but would you believe I never actually bought one! - It still needs work but I finally got 3 split with hoops!! - I went to bed at 6:15am! And my earliest day was 4am. - After sixteen months battling a Rubiks Cube, with help from Kai, I finally can say I finished it all by myself!! - We were in parade and my ...
... a human being. Anyway later we take off to see the Rock of Cashel. The weather is not behaving and it is raining. Luckily when we reach Cashel the rain has stopped. The sky is still overcast but it doesn't rain on us. We take the trek up to the 'Rock' and have a very wonderful and informative tour of the site. Most of the site is in ruins but they are trying to bring the chapel back. The Rock of Cashel is where around the 450 AD, St. Patrick baptized the King of Munster. So they built ...
After we checked into the B&B, we went into town to get dinner. My mom and Aunt went to a nice restaurant on the main street (probably to get away from our craziness and have some peace and quiet). The Fahrnis and us went to a traditional Irish pub. IT WAS AWESOME!!! We got the shepards pie and Guinness stew and all shared and were in heaven! Then the live Irish music ...