Castle Hotel and Leisure Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clock face, one pic shows 9.50am, the next 12.10pm. They are correct times. BUT the clock of the tower is known to Corkonians as "The Four Faced Liar". This is attributed to the fact that, depending on the angle of the viewer, and the affects of wind on the hands on a given face, the time may not appear to correspond perfectly on each face. Due to maintenance issues the clock was stopped in 2013, but plans to fund repair were agreed in May ...
... Weirdly, Lavender was there ???
I left there and drove to Cobh...a seaside town about 33kms away. There was a big cruise ship in for the day so they closed the streets to vehicles and there was a type of Fair on.
Also, sat and watched a band playing for about an hour. They played good songs...Thin Lizzy, Tom Petty, Lynard Skynard, Van Morrison, Santana and heaps of others. A glass of cider or wine would have topped sitting ...
... the fake rabbit. A couple of times we bet on the races with small amounts. Most of the time we lost, but one time we guessed correctly and won a whole euro. Whoo! The dogs were beautiful.
It was a great night that we enjoyed a fancy meal and fun races. People get so excited during the races, especially the kids.
Nick planned our first day to go to Kinsale - a small town nearby.
Our goal is to see all of the Fodor's recommended attractions in Ireland and today we crossed two more off that list, the Rock of Cashel and the Blarney Castle. Both of these were very interesting and, again, we were amazed at how difficult life must have been in those ages. Castles are dark, cool and wet. The royalty and clergy would have a decent life but the common folk would have a very tough go. It would be interesting (at least to me) ...
... the streets for a while, had supper at some Italian pizza place (I had a salad, goats cheese, which is VERY popular here..I wonder why:). The streets of Cork were again, quiet and dead. We wanted some live music so asked some people in the street and they directed us to the "Old Dog". We thought, perfect, let's go.
We walked a few blocks int he direction we were given and could not find the Old Dog. We suddenly fell onto ...