Blarney Vale

Address: Blarney, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Blarney, is near Blarney Castle & Rock, Blarney Stone, Blarney Woolen Mills, and Little Skellig.
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    Travel Blogs from Blarney

    Romancing the Stone at Blarney Castle, Ireland

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... short years before the Battle of Bannockburn.)And if you don't like that raison d'etre, here's one even further afield. Some say the stone is Jacob's Pillow brought to Ireland by the prophet Jeremiah, where it became the "Fatal Stone," used as an oracular throne by Irish kings. Others say the stone surfaced during the Crusades in the 1100s when it was brought from Jerusalem to reside at Blarney. Take your pick.
    In any case ...

    Kiss me, I'm Irish!

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... the cruise liner, Lusitania, sank in 1915 (three years after the sinking of the Titanic) after being torpedoed by a German missile. In firing on a non-military ship without warning, the Germans breached international law, thus entering the United States in World War I in 1917. A total of 1,195 people died in that sinking. The ship sank very quickly, in something like half an hour, and only sank in 300ft of water. ...

    A rainy day for our journey to Cork

    A travel blog entry by aerial.tennille on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... we googled where this was & stopped in for a photo on the way.

    Also on the way to Cork was the Jameson Wiskey Distillery. We stopped in there for the tour, which of course included a tasting at the end. Again I'm not sure if Dane enjoyed his Wiskey or my face after trying his Wiskey (I got orange juice instead) more.

    Right near Cork is Passage West, where my great grandfather ...

    Cashel and Cork

    A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio on Mar 09, 2013

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    ... lamb and beef creations, we darted out in the rain to find the nearest pub. Our first stop was the Cork Arms, where old men go to sing Neil Diamond, play billiards and revel after football and rugby wins. Kerin and I represented the female demographic entirely, which was evident as the older men conveniently made their way to the juke box where Kerin was seated to drunkenly sing her praises. I perused the bookshelf, where for 1 euro patrons are welcome to take any of their selection, ...

    Glitz and Glamour, 1912 Style

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Apr 13, 2012

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    ... our special Titanic dinner. It was the same dishes served on the Titanic and I have reproduced the menu here. The passengers on the Titanic, even those travelling 3rd Class, must have been really well fed and the first class food was superb. I started with quail’s eggs in aspic and caviar – how posh can you get? Even today that menu would be impressive.

    After leaving the table fit to burst we went along to ...

    Traveler Photos Blarney Vale

    Cork, Ireland
    Actually, photo taken in County Cork
    Cork, Ireland
    Again, along the Direct Route
    Cork, Ireland