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... and tried to kiss the stone... Many of you may have seen my picture on Facebook of that terrifying experience. I know there were railings there and it was impossible to fall, but that was WAY further back to lean and kiss than I thought. And I was NOT ok with that.... I blew the Blarney Stone a kiss and said hi. As Dave said, "I guess you don't really need any more of the gift of gab though..." We all know my husband does not mince words lol.
Overall, it was an awesome ...
This past Sa**************ed off to Cork for the day. What can I say, the luck of the Irish certainly prevailed because we had simply beautiful weather. Our journey started us off at Blarney Castle. The castle can be dated before the 1200s. It's an amazing view with some outstanding grounds. We walked through the gardens, and we even stopped into the Poison Garden. This is exactly what it sounds like, a whole bunch of poisonous plants that you're not allowed to ...
... ring has a rich ancient past that dates back to over 300 years. The design of the Cladag ring and even the way the ring is worn are all deeply rooted in Irish tradition.
The meaning of the claddagh ring is what gives the ring it's significance. The hands of ...
... meg: "The Patriots!" security: "Its neeaaarrly half time and they are up 21 to 7" (If i remember correctly). Our initial intentions were to go to a pub that would have the game on, but the city center closes shuts down completely around 2am. Thanks to the security, they at least got a quick check of the score.
Sunday, we went to the Cork City Gaol. It was a twenty minute walk to a side of town ...
... 13 years and most of his family now resided in the country somewhere.
The township or CBD of County Cork was gorgeous and everything I had imagined. Old styled buildings with the brick facades, cobbled walk ways and swinging signs advertising the myriad of small shops that lined the cute, narrow streets. The mix of old and modern architecture was cleverly orchestrated giving the area a historical feel regardless of the age of the building. As we left the town square ...