Whitford House Hotel Health and Leisure Club
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... we did get back to the hotel!!! We left the next day to Killarney.
September 20 we arrived at the CastleRosse Hotel & golf resort for our three night stay. We usually stayed at the hotel the first night to check out restaurant & bar. We were excited that there was music & assumed Irish music. Well, he was Irish alright but he sang really old American music. So, we grabbed a couple pints & headed back to our room. ...
... eat in the Lunch@40 cafe before embarking on our sea ferry, just in case the crossing was rough and we didn't feel like eating! We meandered down to the docks where they started to load us on at 2pm and we set sail at 2.45pm exactly. We initially sat in the bow of the ship until the heat of the sun and the sudden pitching drove us back to midships on the starboard side (that's pirate talk again!) We were sheltered from the wind blowing up ...
... was able to take us through the tiniest lane we had all ever been through! Right up to a wall that look over the most magnificent site of St David's Bishop's Palace and the Cathedral Close.The views were stunning so we headed on down to wander through it. Dates back to the sixth century and displays the wealth and power of the bishops of St David's. it now takes two thousand pound a day to upkeep. After spending some time there we drove on to Solva and stopped ...
Today we visited the County Archives in Wexford where we had the opportunity to view records from the Workhouses of the 19th century. We were able to see the records which recorded the arrival of the sisters to the work houses and the role they played in caring for the impoverished and disenfranchised Irish people during the period of the Great Famine. We then moved on ...
... to them at the end of the trip and the driver got me to sit in his seat and he took a photo of me. Good little segway but not as good as our Puffing Billy.
Back on track we headed into Waterford over a very impressive new motorway and bridge which demanded a toll, which we had to stop and pay.
The factory is very well signposted and probably the most visited attraction in Waterford. The booklet I had gave us a two for one deal for the tour plus ...