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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We enjoyed an orientation tour of Cardiff ( Wales) this morning,before travelling to the coast through beautiful green farmlands ,rolling hills and paddocks edged with hedges.We boarded the ferry for a 4 hour crossing of the Irish Sea and met a couple of retired police detectives from Jervis Bay,the crossing went very quickly helped by a couple of pints of Guinness ! Our destination today was Waterford,Ireland's oldest city,home of Waterford ...
... nice couple, from Burnside, and he had fainted at Waterford Crystal today and been ambulanced to hospital and told to take it easy, while Marilyn looked very familiar. Graham seemed nice but his partner, Di, was a bit annoying. After a lovely night (and day) we all retired. I had the ? and the scallops and shrimp with vermicelli on Portuguese potatoes while Bill had spring rolls, seafood soup and veal schnitzel and we both had cheese plates with the port the captain treated us ...
... a hot chocolate or soup at the snack bar.
We drove onto Waterford going through Carrick-on-Suir so that Jessamy could see Ormonde Castle from one of her storybooks. It was about here that we sang Happy Australian Birthday to Amy who turns 16 today. We decided that she could have a 32 hour birthday to include the Australian and Ireland timezones. We checked into the Travelodge for the night and had dinner at the nearby Joe's Rockin' Diner - burgers, chips/nachos and ...
... luck this time. The soup is good but the bread is fantastic! So good. And it was all reasonably priced. I definitely recommend the Cafe Royal.
We have about 40 minutes left on our parking, so we pick a few places on the map. We walk up to the church then down an alley to see St. Martin's gate which is a remnant from the old Viking days. As we head down towards the water, we pass a store called "USA Store" which ...
... staircase, walk around battlements, lean over backwards with a grasper employed to hang on to you while you kiss the stone. It was quite steep and claustrophobic, we both struggled with the narrow spiral stone stairs with a rope to hang on to, then lying back being held by the arms to kiss the stone, but we did it! Glad we were there early as the buses from the cruise ships were motoring in on our arrival. We were both a bit wobbly after the descent, which was ...