The Cedar Lodge Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Monday. They had this really awesome live band playing the hits of the 90's and '00's. We did a little dancing (minus me...left my dancing shoes in the hostel). Of note...some girl got carried out for being too drunk...literally carried out. And someone licked the side of my face out of nowhere. Anyways, successful night. And on Tuesday, God said let the weary rest. I did almost nothing. I slept in because I finally had a whole hostel room to myself. It ...
... the area for business. He shares his cookies with us as well. He tells us how American football is becoming very popular in Ireland due to satellite television. He also mentions that the Steelers are well liked because they are owned by an Irishman but he is a Chicago Bears fan himself. Shortly after he left, four more travelers arrive. They are a rowdy bunch and have us laughing. They do ask us ...
... and make new products to match. Same with the carpet, in this case the receipt for the original was found amongst the papers, it has come from Izmir in Turkey. The company is still in business and still have the pattern on file so they could make the massive new carpet that was need to replace the old. Then there are the pelmets over the windows, in this place they are carved and gilded so a specialist company in Dublin that does gilding scored out, as there were a ...
... just a big house but adorned with beautiful furniture and trappings. Jessie and I couldn't wait any longer so finally went to the crystal factory. oMG if I was only rich. We took the tour of the factory and watched the glass blowing, shaping and etching. THe most interesting we're the individual items. I took a photo of Ciaran holding the next Ashes trophy which will be making its way down to Aus very shortly. There was also ...
... either sold everything to buy a passage on the emigrant ships or were offered a passage by landlords who wanted rid of those who couldn`t afford top pay their rents any longer. Many had no choice but to go. a ship like the Dunroby held around 200 people mostly in steerage where there were 40 bunks that all of them needed to share. Many were already sick and malnourished and many died on the journey from severe sea sickness, typhoid or dysentery. Most had no one ...