Waterford City on Ireland’s southeast coast has always been lovely at night. My first view of it, some 18 years ago, was at night, from the bridge across the River Suir that leads into town. The lights of the waterfront Georgian townhouses that line the quay twinkled in the harbor, and I could see Reginald’s Tower in the distance, in the moonlight, standing guard over the city as it has since the 11th century.
At night, viewed from the bridge into town, Waterford can appear magical.
Alas, when my family and I lived in Waterford, the city by day could read more >>>
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