Danabel Bed & Breakfast
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... the carrot and coriander soup. It goes without saying that this was much different than Matt's dish. We also ordered all the various salads: couscous, roasted cauliflower and green bean, and Cole slaw. Sam did make an effort and tried the tripe dish, she agreed that it was good, but could not come close to eating an entire dish of it. After our lunch we headed down to the market to buy some meats and cheeses. We got an assortment of smoked ...
Coup de soleil en Irlande?!
Sunburn in Ireland?!
Après la petite pause tranquille de Kilkenny, me voilà de retour sur la route pour ma destination originalle, Cork. Je connaissais la ville de nom, parce qu'un comté porte son nom (County Cork), mais à part ça je n'en savais rien. Je me disais qu'un port de mer ça devait obligatoirement être chouette -- ben non. Je ne veux pas dire que c'est un mauvais endroit, loin de là, ...
... Colman’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in
Cobh, Ireland. It is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Cloyne.The cathedral was begun in 1868 and finally completed in 1915, a total of 47 years
Stayed at The Old Presbytery 51.706924,-8.524936
43 Cork St, Kinsale
138 miles from Kilkenny
... or patisseries with our coffees. This held water until I saw a Paradise slice! It was a case of Paradise Lost as far as I was concerned! "Roll out the barrel" will have a different connotation for me at the end of this trip! We continued on towards Cobh ( pronounced cove) and parked free behind the Cathedral. We last encountered this towering edifice five years ago when we approached it from the sea and we regretted not having spent time to explore the quaint town ...
... part of the trip....growing a little weary of it though! We got into the castle along with a lot of others. The line moved very slowly. Apparently there are 111 steps up to the Blarney Stone. As we got into the castle further the steps were circular, slippery, uneven and steep.....but once you start there really isn't a place to turn around if you change your mind. We passed several strangely placed ...