Viking Hotel Waterford

Address: Cork Rd, Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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      Loads of pics from a day in Kilkenny

      A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Dec 03, 2014

      28 photos

      We had a crazy packed day today and we just got back to the hotel to drop our car off and catch a taxi back into town. Turns out, Wednesday night is the main music night of the week with traditional local music in all of the pubs! So, we're taxiing it to the pubs so we can drink and listen to music all night. I'll write more later, so for now, here are some highlighted pics from the day. AWESOME DAY! More to ...

      We're in Ireland!!! YESSS!!!

      A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Dec 02, 2014

      14 photos

      ... gave us a ton of tips on places to go, music to hear, and the goings-on of the area. After beer and dinner, we decided 24+hours of being awake was all we could handle. We just got back to the hotel. Matt is in bed. I'm almost there. We have a packed day tomorrow of revisiting the main area tomorrow, including the castle and the Rothe House. Ireland absolutely rocks and everyone is so friendly. This is going to be an amazing adventure. Until ...

      Surprising Ireland

      A travel blog entry by graemea on Aug 12, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... show testament to this concerted action by Cromwell over a two year period); and the “Potato Famine” of the mid 1800s – abandoned ruins of houses are dotted across the landscape – this was when the population of Ireland was reduced by about 50% to only 4.5 million. The final event to shape Ireland of course was then separation of the north and south and then the independence of the south to form the Republic ...

      Last day in Ireland :*(

      A travel blog entry by karenmorlock on Apr 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... our walk with a trip to the pub (not surprising, right??). Because of the size of our group, we took up almost half the pub, but it was a nice end to the afternoon. After a walk back to our hotel along the river, we had some time to freshen up before our last dinner together in Ireland.
      The group met at Timber Toes Pub in the hotel to have drinks before dinner and it was nice to visit with other travelers on this trip and find out more ...

      Cardiff-Waterford

      A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 10, 2013

      4 photos

      ... fan in room. Welsh sounds different and is spoken quickly. It is part English and part Welsh. Cardiff was bombed during wars and is primarily a dock city. The only tourist sites are the stadium and the castle. Took the Cardiff Castle tour. Definitely not handicapped accessible. The rich and lorded aristocrat John Burgess had unlimited funds and with his architect friends restored the Roman ruins into a Victorian ...