Ashbourne House Hotel

Glounthaune, County Cork, Province of Munster, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Glounthaune

It's a bloody long way to Tipperary.......

A travel blog entry by heatherham


... from both directions to get through the gap you have left. If you want to make a turn then just do so and when I change lanes unexpectedly they just expect it. The real problem lies in the fact that there are minimal (read no important ones) signs so you have no idea which lane to be in or which road to take. I am now very versed in three point turns. I thought it was just us but Margaret and Cheryl had similar problems and ended up in Waterford later than ...


A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... We went for a walk along the river and found a cafe that was fairly new so we popped in for a hot drink and a relax which was wonderful. Before dinner we went to a microbrewery called The Franciscan Well Brewery, for a couple of drinks which were very nice and a lovely undercover/heated beer garden. I was spoilt with a lovely candle lit dinner, drinks and traditional Irish music at the Oliver Plunket, great end to a wonderful birthday and a great time in ...

Gift Of The Gab

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... massive, but I don't know whether I believe it's the largest, because it said 'blarney' next to it with an arrow pointing to it, which has come to be known as a word kind of meaning bullsh*t... (But not rude!) "That's blarney!" We got back on the bus and our next stop was a little town called Cobh, which was the last port that the Titanic picked up passengers before it sailed. We had a while there and didn't really know what to do with ourselves, ...

Carlos of Spain

A travel blog entry by oneal


... immediately warmed up to us both. His name was Carlos and his dog was Alex. Carlos explained in Spanish to us that he was from Spain and had been living, homeless, in Ireland for five years. After his wife died in Spain he came to Ireland to live with either a friend or a sister but for some reason (that I didn't quite understand) he was now homeless. He said he w anted to go to Dublin but could not afford ...

A healthy mix of boring and fun!

A travel blog entry by katherine_quinn


Today we had to wake up kind of early because it was International Student Orientation! As we were sitting there we thought it was weird that *we* were considered the international students! The orientation was pretty basic and boring and long.. felt like freshman year of college all over again! During the break we were put into groups with Peer-Leaders who gave us a tour of the campus, which is soooo pretty and took us to the caf for lunch. ...


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