Blarney Castle Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Babysitting service
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So I began day 3 of my holiday by meeting 9 others that will travel south with me for the next few days. I decided to take the work out of my vacation by having someone drive around, showing us the Irish Countryside. They know where to go and what to see, so I booked an 8 day tour through Vagabond Travel. They have promises of off the beaten path travel, and so far it has been great.
We started with Cork County as an ...
... that may arise on my travels. Namely my gammy knee's. A quick phsyio appointment and a few exercises later and I should be good to go. I had hoped to try and get into the training mind set ie work out a routine on the travel board and other exercises I may be able to use while on the road but again got bored, lost interest didn't make the time for it. I figure it will be easier on the road when I have more time and nothing else to be thinking about or doing.
... so far and were on the motorway headed down to Cork by 10.30ish.
It's a crazy road - by crazy I mean dead straight with two lanes the whole way which is brilliant because it means there's no room to leave anyone to rage. Pass when you want, slow down without annoying anyone when you want. Anything. Our trip was great. There were no cars. The speed limit is 120km/hr, and it was an amazingly beautiful day & rather hot. It felt weird being able to drive ...
... to be any mind as to where you park as I believe I have mentioned before, and at times it is hard to have enough room on the road to drive through.
Sneem was our place for an icecream stop today and we found a shop with 24 flavours all homemade on the premises so this was a wonderful treat.
From here we took the inland road back towards Killarney and I am in awe of the cragginess (not sure of such a word but it fits ...
... EmBlog’ it’s the new thing. I blog where, how and whenever I have the time (can be bothered to make time). It will allow me to update as irregularly as I like. With no need to be ‘informative, educational or funny.’ I can talk as much waffle as I want (see above) and be as stupid, rude and downright ignorant without giving a flying **** :-).