Carrigaline Court Hotel and Leisure Center
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- Swimming pool
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... was a wonderful day together for sure. :D
I cant help but wonder how different my life would have been if I had never come to Cork back in my second year of college. My thoughts wonder to this as I write. Where would I be, who would I be with and what would I be doing. But before those ideas get to detailed I snap back to the wonderful reality that I live in. Money is tight but that is due to start up cost and the reality of life reminding me what it means to ...
... for an antibiotic as a backup. We certainly didn't imagine going to the doctor for Chris or Elizabeth, if anything we assumed it'd be one of the boys.
Chris grabs his prescription and heads to the chemist. We head back to the Italian restaurant in Ballincollig that was so good and bring home some spaghetti bolognese for Chris. We relax on our patio, listening to Chris strum the mandolin while the boys re-immerse themselves in the Minecraft ...
... We decided on the east coast route but a bit of a fail. Couldn't find something up to Walton standards in Rosslare or Wexford. Now in the Cedar Lodge Hotel in the middle of nowhere along with maybe 3 others. Could be a bad choice. Room is nice, large, huge bathroom with bath but Colin thinks we may be chopped up in our sleep, never to be seen again. Watch this space tomorrow . ...
... We went for a walk along the river and found a cafe that was fairly new so we popped in for a hot drink and a relax which was wonderful. Before dinner we went to a microbrewery called The Franciscan Well Brewery, for a couple of drinks which were very nice and a lovely undercover/heated beer garden. I was spoilt with a lovely candle lit dinner, drinks and traditional Irish music at the Oliver Plunket, great end to a wonderful birthday and a great time in ...
... spruce up the city’s image by planting a series of jutting poles all along the shopping streets, with banners suspended from them proclaiming "Cork: City of Welcomes." You can judge for yourself from the pictures but I think this was a gross design miscalculation.
I managed to squeeze in a few churches, including the highly decorated Anglican Cathedral, St. Finbarr’s. Nearby were the remains of ...