The Cedar Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... love it here- its kinda like a thick butternut squash soup and its the best thing ever) and a sandwich. We stopped in Penney's where I grabbed a workout towel since you are required to bring one to the gym here and I would prefer if my hand towel didn't also double for wiping down machines. We also stopped in a used bookstore where we picked up 3 books for the 3 for 5 euro deal since we will be taking a lot of trains, buses, and planes this semester.
We decided to check when ...
... intact. It was interesting to read the signs about the different rooms and what they may have been used for. The kids were up to the top in no time with Keely kissing several other stones before discovering where the real Blarney Stone was located. It's actually a piece of the wall on the outermost battlement and you have to lay on your back and lean backwards and downwards to reach it. Luckily there are steel bars to stop you plummeting to your death and a man there to ...
... pronounced Smithicks - the "w" is silent.) Beer in Ireland started in the monasteries. In 1710, twenty year old John Smithwick, the founder, being Catholic could not have his name connected with the business. His partner, Mr. Cole, was the front for all business dealings. It wasn't until 200 years or so later before the name Smithwick went over the door. The tour was fun with a free pint the reward. ...
Out in the garden while I was sitting on the steps waiting for D to take a photo of me and the castle I was approached by a professional photographer who wanted my photo. Of course I accepted graciously; What else could I do?
When we visited another cave, Dunmore Cave, our guide told us he used to play in the cave as a child in the 1950’s, he’s of a similar vintage to my humans. When the ‘experts’ tell him that the stalactites ...
... memorial. This is a reproduction of an 1840’s emigrant vesselthat carried Irish Emigrants during the famous Potato Famine. It would have been interesting to be able to tour the ship, but it was getting late, and we were on a quest to get to our hotel. We arrived about 2o minutes later in Tramore, located in the County Waterford on the southeast coast of Ireland. It is a small fishing village until the railway in 1853. Our hotel was a rather ...