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... at the mouth of the River Bandon.
The harbor is guarded by two very fine star-shaped fortresses built in the 17th century.
Today, Kinsale is a popular holiday resort for both Irish and foreign tourists.
Kinsale is also known for its restaurants and holds an annual gourmet food festival.
After enjoying the walking tour of Kinsale, our group returned to the Hotel Carlton to relax a bit before dinner. Unfortunately, ...
... bottom of Ireland. It's a very narrow down here on the bottom and gets even narrower when we leave the main road to visit some more stone circles at Dromberg. These are a little better than the last lot at Kenmare, there are a few more of them and its in the middle of a gorgeous Irish country view. Paul gets most excited on the drive watching the temperature gauge rise until it finally hit 20 degrees, ...
... was so high. They say that the ceiling looks like the belly of a ship, which it did! The alter was gorgeous and very big! There were also many side areas with candles and prayer stations, all of which were beautifully decorated and gorgeous! All together the church was not only huge, but beautiful as well. After we left the church, we headed down the hill, a different way this time, trying to find our next destination! The streets of Cobh are so tiny and the houses are ...
... however, since a dog chose to lead us back. In Ireland people don't really put leases on their dogs and a lot of the dogs go off on their own, which is kind of unheard of in the States. Nevertheless Karen, which is the name we gave to the dog, lead us back to Kinsale and before leaving we got a bite to eat at Stiva's Cafe and had some panini's. Finally after a long day we got back on the bus where everyone took a much deserved nap and took the trip back to Cork City.
... with them; complimentary tea in our café at the bottom of our Old Bank House Hotel and feet up until dinner.
Lovely dinner - awesome goatcheese and rocket tart with beetroot salsa; I had monk fish to die for and Rich great cod and we just had to go for the apple & winter berry crumblie. Meal was included with our 2 night stay - fab deal! Strolled back to our room. Great day in Kinsale.
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