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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Babysitting service
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A fine day! (Well partly cloudy). So lovely to see sunshine! There was a lovely American couple with the brother of the wife (I think) who was Downs travelling with them and we had a lovely chat over breakfast. I asked Breda about the train tomorrow and she has persuaded us to take the bus, €15 for the 3 of us as opposed to €13 each for the train! She has offered to take us and our,luggage into the station to catch it too. Back on the all into town. We popped back into ...
... br> The Gardens of Powerscourt are vast with the Wicklow mountains in the background. We toured the grounds with Charlie as our horticultural expert. He even found a tree he didn't recognize. Everything was immaculately kept - and mostly trimmed by hand. The building now contains a restaurant and gift shops. There is also a golf resort and spa here. . After lunch we wound our way back down the mountain to ...
... The castle came into it's own when the Butler family purchased it and used it as a home for 600 years. The castle underwent many renovations during this time and has been restored to it's 19Th century glory. Many of the rooms have been painstakingly restored to represent what it looked like when the family lived there. The restoration people found the old wallpaper under the foot boards and the old records found the carpet manufacturer. This ...
The Beara Pennisula is one of 4 fingers of land on the southwest coast of Ireland. Think of it as the ring finger. The Dingle Pennisula is the pointy finger, the Ring of Kerry is the middle finger and the ...
... the streets. some are very thin streets. talk about pay for campsites. dublin they nearly want you to pay for each square of toilet paper you use. to be sure to be sure.
did the hop on/off bus again. best way around anywhere i reckon. stopped at dear ole guiness. well what a lovely shop before you go through AND then you get your free guiness and of course one juice. well you will all be ...