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Sep 20, 2019 - Dungarvan, Ireland and Biking on the Waterford Greenway

A relaxing morning helped us over any jet lag. Unfortunately as we started out for a sightseeing day in Dungarvan, the town close to where we are staying, we discovered a flat tire. There was a keystone cop scene of three ladies getting the ‘job’ done. So we had a late start to Dungarvan arriving just in time for a Pub lunch at the Dungarvan town square. The Local Pub was a perfect first pub for us. The cod fish and chips were excellent and we also liked the Yellow Belly’s Cistra pale ale, the 2019 pail ale of the year. Debbie and Renee...

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Aug 27, 2015 - Coastal Drive

We enjoyed another beautiful drive today, this time along the coast to Dungarvan in the county of Waterford. We started out by taking the ferry to the little town of Passage East. We drove down the Copper Coast, this is one of the most scenic stretches of rugged coastline in Ireland. We made so many stops along the way to take pictures, it was amazing. We did have a bit of rain that dampened the picture taking, I still managed to take over 400 of this incredible drive. Our last stop was the beautiful coastal town Dungarvan with a...

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Sep 3, 2013 - Cobh - Dungarvan

This morning we went into Cobh to look at St. Colman's cathedral and wow we're you right Debbie Sillato, what an amazing cathedral. Every bit of it was worth looking at and the stained glass windows were some of the best. I could have spent hours in there. There were some parishoners saying the rosary so it was nice to listen to whilst looking in there. Had a it of a wander around the town before heading off to Cork. We weren't overly impressed with Cork - a city that had no pie shops. So lunch did not happen in Cork. Drove from Cork to...

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Borg-Malone Journey

Jun 5, 2011 - We travel further south

I am unable to go outside in the cold so we depart Dublin, without having the opportunity of investigating the City, and drive to south coast of Ireland. A pity we were unable to see Dublin but such is life. We stay in a B&B outside of Dungarvan. Hunt around for somewhere to have tea. A pub is nearby with traditional Irish music – so loud we could hear it whilst still in the car in the car park - not good for my tender head. We travel further to a small village about six kms away and go to a bistro – should have known, any place with an...

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