Cashel Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCashel Palace Hotel
Charming 18th century hotel. Wonderful staff, outstanding cuisine and right in the center of town. Highly recommend.
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When I woke up this morning I was feeling the results from my pre-birthday celebration from the night before at the bar with my new friends (that I would never see again) and wish I could get some more sleep. But we were anxious to head out of Dublin and start our road trip through the countryside of Ireland.
We checked out of our hotel, …
... was the way I was made. I promise him to come back in Summer.
I am so glad I met him. He even tells me I need air in my tyres-one looks a bit flat. I have to drive 15mins to find a garage that can check it. Mick tells me how to get there. He reckons he is an Irish leprechaun but I think he is my Irish angel. I find the mechanic, Dave, and he looks at my car. He is another good looking bloke and very helpful. He only charges me 5 euro! I am finally ready to take ...
Today was an interesting day. We started early by going to Dublin City University. We had a lecture on evaluations then watched a program where people with cardiovascular diseases worked out. The final part of our DCU stop was a lecture on peripheral artery disease. After this a couple friends and I went to go eat lunch. We walked to a ...
... used often as a shooting location for the show, including the opening sequence and Ann Boleyn's coronation ceremony. The next thing I noticed in the crypt was ... A cafe and gift shop. I was not expecting this, but apparently in medieval times, the crypt had been the location of a daily market, so I guess it's rather fitting to have the gift shop down there. I must say that the lack of creepiness in the crypt was a bit of a letdown! By then it was ...
... I headed out.
I went on the Paddywagon tour to see the Blarney Stone. We went to the very cute seaside town of Cohb first. It is where the Titanic picked up the last of its 123 passengers. It reminded me a lot of what I think Newfoundland would look like. Colourful houses and steep hills. The houses are built right into the hillsides. I saw this nice Cathedral on the hill and decided to walk up to it.
The hill was huge and it nearly killed me. There was ...