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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We chose a good day to go to Waterford. While it was a little cold today (upper 50's), the sun was shining. It was also the weekend of the annual Harvest Festival in Waterford. The city center was full of art and food vendors. We almost immediately got macaroons, which were so good. Mine was rhubarb custard and it was as beautiful as it was tasty. Of course I ate it ...
The highlight for the day however was walking into Lidl (a supermarket that is essentially the same as Aldi) and smelling the freshly baked food. A bit different from our supermarkets like this, well I have certainly never smelt anything this good in Aldi! The food was heaps cheaper than buying in a café too so we stocked up on choc-chip cookies and pretzels and headed back to Cheekpoint to gorge ...
... a great museum with some outstanding displays, artifacts, and basic history information. It was probably one of the best museums we have visited and was well worth our time.
Waterford is a very nice city -- clean and easy to walk around. Across the street and around the corner was the Waterford Crystal factory and store. Contrary to ...
... a belated birthday present. The staff were wonderful organising the gift to be wrapped and ready for when we finished the tour. Michelle had no idea! I bought myself a gorgeous Thistle vase as a memento of the trip.
Our planned route from Waterford was to be along the Copper Coast & we stopped at Cobh which was the last stop of the Titanic before it sunk. Cobh was ...
... for seventy people, eleven tables long, and right across the Commonage courtyard. We served up bread and butter, tomato salad, fish, and cream and raspberries for dessert. It was delicious and an amazing sight to get everyone eating together. Didn't get to eat till the end as we were helping serve, but it was well worth it, and I headed home early to catch up on some sleep for the day ...