The Cedar Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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so lydia is taking me to some secret, wonderful place. everyone she tells about where we are going gets so excited. im therefore very excited. my back has been hurting a lot lately, though, so the 2 and a half hour drive worries me. but i tried to be proactive today ...
... some pints ( Hydie had a half pint and glass of port), practiced taking pictures, then split an order of stuffed mushrooms and a plate of fish and chips all the time chatting with the bar tenders and another fellow about our trip. We were starting to get tired so we decided to take a walk and see if we could find some music. We never did find any music but we went by an old gothic church, which was both cool and ...
High clouds, some sunshine
Must share our first day with a rental car, it has been driving through beautiful country with moments of stark terror!
We left our Dublin apartment about 9:30 with luggage in hand to walk to Hertz rental car, a few blocks away - sure! After walking, many blocks toting the luggage (Ha-I only had a backpack), asking directions from locals we found the Hertz office. Now, I must ...
... The music was loud and piercing so after our first pint of Guinness we headed to another pub. We found a small establishment, the name of which escapes me. Michael and I ordered pints of Smithwicks, the first of many, and we settled down for an evening of music. First up was a lady with keyboard and iPod singing a good range of songs. She asked for requests and Michael asked me to ask her if she could sing Macy Gray. So I asked if ...
... tour we wandered just a little bit and then went to a pub call "The Munster". Very beautiful on the inside. As we were sipping our drinks (Bulmer's for me, Smithwicks Pale Ale for Dave, water for Brit) we noticed plaques on the wall with the name of a musical, a year and a theatre troupe on each one ranging from the 1990's to 2012. When we asked what they were representing we were told that every year Waterford hosts a two week theatre ...