Castle Hotel and Leisure Centre
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- Swimming pool
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... how the wealth was distributed among the population as compared to today. I think I read somewhere that 50% of today's wealth is owned by 1% of the population. Some folks are upset with that but in Medival times it was probably 90%. Maybe we are making progress as a society?
H was way too kind in her account of the flat tire the other day. In fact, it was more of a collision I had with a small boulder. The roads are crazy narrow. ...
... is open, which I'm surprised by. I think almost everything shuts down at home for Good Friday. I have the whole day to explore, so my first stop is off to Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney stone.
Its about half an hour by bus from Cork to Blarney, a small village with a huge Blarney wood mills shop. The castle is situated in a grand parkland and you can spend all day here if you like. It's €12 for an adult pass. ...
Today was a rather low key day, but it was the first sunny day in a while and it was time to go outside and explore more of Cork City. Cork City is actually a decently large city, and we have yet to see most of it. Since we don't have a car its difficult to explore anything beyond the university, the pubs, and the grocery store unless we're up for an hour or more walk. Feeling rather ambitious, a few ...
... just ahead of us because the line to get into the castle was the longest I have ever seen, and of course it was crawling soooo very slowly. We thought it might be because they were stopping people inside the door just before you begin the long climb to the top, but when we finally got inside the door we could see that the entire staircase was clogged with people going up, and one of the castle workers told us that it would take us another ...
As we prepare for our journey to the magical land of Leprachauns, Erin found a very intriguing quote by Sigmund Freud about the island's tricksterish elves. We believe this quote requires a bit more research, and will therefore, visit all the places the tricksters may hang out - especially the pubs - to determine if there is any truth to this very analytical statement!: "The Irish are the only race whose insanities cannot be cured by psychoanlaysis." ...