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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 ...
... the coffee!!" We felt bad for Patricia but have been laughing at Ellen's intense response ever since!
So, breakfast concluded without too much more trauma and we headed into town anticipating some fun times at the upcoming parade. Along the way I stopped to have my face painted by a jovial young lady and watched as another made animal balloons for eager children! Then I held down a spot for us along the parade route while Garrett went for coffee. It's a good ...
Travelled down to Cork today. Cork is the 3rd largest city in Ireland after Dublin and Belfast.
Went to Blarney Castle which was much better than I expected. Girls climbed to the top, but too steep and bendy for me.
On to Cobh to see a museum about the Titanic and also Lusitania, which was sunk by Germans off cork in 1915.
... and pulled me back to safety before I could blink. As I stood up, steadying my head from little stars (What a great headline: "Girl faints while kissing the Blarney Stone, falls to the green grass below") and was practically accosted by the disgruntled teenager photographer, who hit my shoulder to get my attention and hand me my precious photo ticket. Believe me you, I scurried down those castle stairs faster than molten iron, after enjoying the view for ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlarney Woollen Mills Hotel
Good coffee and patisseries!
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