Blarney Woollen Mills Hotel
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Good coffee and patisseries!
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... road was about to become a toll road, it took us off the freeway and took us on a merry chase through the countryside. And although we went through some really cute tiny towns and beatiful scenery, we were a little skeptical of where we were being taken. But all was well and we arrived at Blarney and our nights lodging 2 km beyond Blarney at Maranantha Country House. Our room is AWESOME!!!!!
... it had been on narrower roads I would have been a basket case I am sure. It allowed Dave to realize how nerve wracking even being a passenger can be so he gladly offered to drive to Blarney Castle once we were ready to go.
Blarney Castle was just a bit over an hour to get to and most of the way was the same route we went to go to Waterford earlier in the week. The weather was absolutely gorgeous on ...
... on me and engage in an conversation, hah) but I don't think that's such a wise idea given the condition I find myself in.. I do feel a bit weird going to sleep so early and a little voice keeps nagging me "what will your roommates think?" but in the end, I doesn't matter anyway.
Speaking of roommates, in the bunkbed next to mine is a german girl which seemed rather nice. We talked a bit when she was here and she turned out to be very easy to talk to.Whereas the guy ...
The Saturday we explored the city which is the second largest in Ireland after Dublin (120 000 inhabitants). The city center and all its shopping streets are nice to visit. You can also stop at English Market which is known to be the place to buy good food. By the way, Cork and its surroundings are known to be the area for good and traditional food in Ireland. One interesting place to visit is also Cork City Gaol ...
... city for lunch and the market to get some food. While walking down the street after finishing lunch I got stopped by a completely normal looking young woman so she could ask me a question. She did end up being normal saying she and her salon needed someone to come in for a free blow dry (for their hair), and was wondering if I would be interested in being this subject. As we were in a hurry (and I prefer not ...