The Crystal Palace

It's hard to see why Waterford, with few of Ireland's traditional attractions, is so firm a fixture on a visitor's itinerary. There's no romantic coastline. There are no wild bogs or thatched farming villages. There isn't a medieval castle. Yet every year, 355,000 people descend on this port city in southeastern Ireland — and head immediately...

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