Type:Art. Appropriate Age Warning:Not suitable for children under 36 months. Suitable Age From:Suitable from 3 years. Number Of Batteries Required:0. Power...... more
Type:Art. Appropriate Age Warning:Not suitable for children under 36 months. Suitable Age From:Suitable from 3 years. Number Of Batteries Required:0. Power Source:N/A. Toy Category:Arts & craft. Product Height:247.0 Millimetre. Product Width:190.0 Millimetre. Product Depth:27.0 Millimetre. Product Weight:200.0 Gram.
Heritage Red Backpack by Herschel - Zipped main compartment - Padded handles and back for extra comfort - Padded 17 laptop compartment - Front zipped...... more
Heritage Red Backpack by Herschel - Zipped main compartment - Padded handles and back for extra comfort - Padded 17 laptop compartment - Front zipped pocket - Square label and logo sewn on the front - Cotton lining - Brown leather patch at the bottom - Canvas - Leather detailing
Advantages: Great location, fair price Disadvantages: Surly service with too much attitude
...that can easily be 'knocked off' in 24 hours if you are pushed for time. Thankfully, I'd at least managed to find a hotel where we were able to dither away many of the hours and surprisingly, once we'd accepted that we were there for the duration we adapted to the forced slow-down and just spent a very lazy time.
Why the Heritage Inn?
It's not that easy to get good advice on finding a hotel...
Advantages: Stunning scenery, good craic, not touristy Disadvantages: Slightly inaccessible
...When you think of holidays in Ireland, what do you think of? The beautiful green farmlands of Tipperary, the dramatic peaks and lake-pools of the Ring of Kerry, angling in the River Shannon, or enjoying the craic in the vibrant capital city Dublin? All of these are undoubtedly staples of an Irish holiday, but if you?re looking for something a bit more different ? why not try County Donegal...
Advantages: A Peaceful Place In The Heart Of The City Disadvantages: Some Occasional Vandalism
...is now known as the Norfolk Heritage Park, thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and a £3.6 Million makeover, dates back to 1841 when the laying out of the Park commenced. The Park was opened in 1848 but remained in private ownership until it was handed over to the City Council.
In 1897 Queen Victoria visited this Park as part of her Golden Jubilee Celebrations and 50...