Viking Hotel Waterford
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the clock tower. The paintings and carvings all related to time. Months of the year, seasons, horoscopes, days of the week etc. Each rooms decorations had meaning, which was sometimes really quite clever.
While walking through the gift shop before leaving, Mal came across something that gave him chills. As a child, his Nanna used to send these long sticks of lollies from England. Well, he found one! He was so excited about ...
We had a leisurely start this morning and I took a short walk down to the wharf to gaze out across the bay to the green patchwork hills. Just before we set off, Marg received an email which provided a positive answer to what had seemed to be a road-block to her business transactions and so we left in good spirits. On arrival in Waterford, our GPS did not take us right to the Waterford factory ...
... about how expensive everything was. The city has some beautiful architecture, coupled with sunshine made for an enjoyable few days.
I was originally supposed to travel until the end of August but like most other plans on the trip that soon changed when I received the invitation to a wedding in Bergerac, France. Last Tuesday Mark married the love of his life and beautiful bride Fanny. It was a perfect ceremony set in an old French estate in the middle of the countryside. ...
... back to Dublin and then another to Waterford. Paul and Eleanor picked us up at the train station and we went back to their house for a visit. The house was a beautiful cottage along the hillside with a great view of Waterford across the river. And the gardens were fabulous; they even had a pond with a small waterfall. We had a great dinner of steak, ...
... the weekend. We all met in the pub after work, and sat outside on the grass at the back, another weeks good work. A few of us went back to ours for pizza, and we quickly showered. Then this evening we went to the co-op for an outdoor screening of a film, brought by James. We watched 180degrees South. An interesting documentary about a guy, making his way from North America to Patagonia. Their mast breaks off mid sail and they end up having to stay in Easter Island for ...