Ballyrafter Country House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Cork was our last city stop before returning to Dublin. This would be a special two days, as the day we arrived was a birthday - for both me and Juliane. For years we had talked about going out for our shared birthday, and when I got stationed in Europe it was obvious to try and do it over here.
Unfortunately, my birthday is also when I finally lost my voice due to the bug I picked up a few days prior. My problem is I can't shut up. Even with ...
... was saved by a servant with a speech impediment. The Chief wished to thank her with gold an dlands but wqs refused. Her only wish was to kiss the stone. Once this was done and in true Hollywood style she thereafter spoke without hindrance. The grounds of this estate are spectacular As a fortress it seems impenetrable. Also located in this area is Muckross House, once a private estate but now has been turned over to the Irish government in 1932. Finally, a trip ...
We left our hotel in Cork bright and early this morning. Unfortunately, our rental car has developed a very musty and funky smell on the inside. :( Upon thorough investigation, there was nothing dead under the seats. It sure smelled like there was!! We covered it with a bottle of Febreeze and that helped some but it is still smelly. :( we then took a 1 hour drive to Blarney Castle. We pulled up and ...
... hoping we get there when Kim and Kanye are getting married. That would be so cool.
Also my friend Tara is coming to visit me on her spring break which falls during St. Patrick's Day, and that is going to be huge here so that will be a lot of fun. I can't wait. I will upload pictures in a little bit, my computer is being iffy with the wifi connection. It never seems to work which is extremely annoying but nothing we can do about it.
... for those. Race hq was a GAA club house, so while we waited for results what seemed like half the field cooled down with laps of the football field, whilst we chatted to a couple of locals. The welcome was faultless, as ever, with those taking registration curious about our clubs and those talking at the end told us all about the prize Linda was about to receive-100euro voucher for the army and navy store-and who the local personalities were. Prize giving, added ...