Viking Hotel Waterford

Cork Rd, Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Waterford

    Waterford - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 05, 2014

    5 photos

    ... fail to reproduce the bowl they must do the whole apprenticeship again. All the pieces are blown. The glass blowers have shaping tools to ensure they get the right shape and size, but thats a lot of time working with tubes and 1000 degree glass. After the glass is blown and cooled, it is marked and sent to the master cutters with a three digit code. The code represents the design and the master cutters have memorised all 150 designs. ...

    Our Last day in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 02, 2014

    41 photos

    ... hour because the bus people never caught up! As we finished up our walking tour back from the far end of the "park", the bus crowd was just heading "up river." We are so good! Great stop! We were done by noon and off to our next adventure.

    We decided to stop for a bowl of soup at a the Avoca Woolen Mill. Turned out it was a real working woolen mill and not just a showroom. It was open to ...

    Waterford and New Ross

    A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 01, 2014

    27 photos

    ... along the bay and up the rivers feeding into the bay. It was royally decreed. New Ross puttered along, probably due to smuggling, until the 1800s when they got the decree removed. The port became a grain center and was also a departure point for people fleeing Ireland due to the famine during the 1840s. We stopped at the Dunbrody Emigrant Ship which is ...


    A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 17, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... and gourmet food and festivals. Blarney tower house with the fort was built by McCarthy in 15C, castle was lost to Cromwell in 1649, and a few more fights between the Irish, the British and the various clans then owned by the Jeffereys, now owned by Coulthurst, with a manor built adjacent. The stone is not part of the Scottish stone of destiny, only a myth. The stone legend is that you kiss and become eloquent. Pay €12 walk through the gardens 45 mins up/down ...

    Scenic Day 5

    A travel blog entry by jas20j on May 04, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Wales. This afternoon we boarded a ferry similar to Spirit of Tasmania to cross the Irish Sea to Rosslare in Ireland before continuing to Waterford, Ireland's oldest city, where we are staying overnight at The Granville Hotel.