Carnegie Court Hotel
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... this weekend. 17 years after the Good Friday Agreement ended "The Troubles", there is still a lot of tension and the bonfires and parades of the twelfth can still prove incendiary. We then went down into Lower Shankill which was, and ...
We departed Killarney today and set out for Dublin. Along the way though we stopped at both Blarney and Cashel. Luck was on our side and the weather was glorious again. This meant that the kids could all make it up Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone! The grounds of the castle are actually quite expansive. They contain a poison garden, a newer home, a fairy garden and some other fun tidbits. It was lovely ...
... it is a God and to them it is. We mainly learned about the sports management side but it was very interesting. I learned that if you play and make it in the first round and loss the first game you will get paid £27,000.000 just to loss. I said sign me up! Then we went up to the Chelsea stadium and got a tour of it. As much as I dislike soccer I love it. ...
... farewells from Cork and Thurles - a lovely send off thanks. And of course, we musn't overlook Socrates. As usual he's off in his own holiday hotel with our good friend Lisa, and as you can see he is already well settled in to his central heated de luxe suite, which has a playroom/lounge, a private bedroom, and his own open air run complete with a nice tree to climb. Hmm. Maybe we should stay there ...
... stopped at a classic looking pub on a busy little corner. Being Saturday night quite a few people were out, and there was a soccer game on, but we got lucky and found a table in the back where we could settle in.
It took a bit more than expected to get us here, but it was well worth it! So far the city is more charming than I ever expected and we are all very excited about hitting the road tomorrow for the start of our coastal exploration. ...