Central Hotel

Address: Exchequer Street Dublin 2, Mallow, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Exchequer Street Dublin 2, Mallow.
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Travel Blogs from Mallow

Rugby and Wakeboarding

A travel blog entry by hollyplunkett on Oct 12, 2014

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... position, really close to the field, and also the bar, which had the best Cider!
We got amongst the Irish crowd and an old Irish man thought it was the funniest thing that I was from Wagga Wagga. Him and his friends were laughing and saying the name 'Wagga Wagga' literally about 20 times.

After the game, we got a taxi back to Uni and headed straight to the uni bar 'Stables' for International night. This is my favourite night ...

Our week in Ireland

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Apr 13, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... because the McGees owned 2 gorgeous red setters. Sad to see it so derelict but it is still beautiful.

This led to us daydreaming about renovating it and living ‘the good life’ with pigs, bees, hens and a garden and 2 puppies lol !!

Went out with my brother Damian on Wednesday night to Adare to a trad music session. Was great just to chill out ...

Alice and Dave

A travel blog entry by hansonerin on Jun 05, 2013

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... when you put a hood over the head of the bird. 2. Under my thumb --when you're fixing the jesses of the bird. 3. Wrapped around your (little) fingers --again, how you control the bird. 4. (Can't remember this one) 5. No crime in fair trade (can't say as though this one is familiar to me) --when a bird grabs its prey with its claws, it holds on tight; you have to offer something better a distance away so the need to hang on lessens and they ...

And I'm Home

A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 10, 2012

... the plunge – “Sorry but I have to go now bye!!” - and skiddadle out the door before anyone can prove otherwise. Boots, jeans, sweater, overcoat, scarf, and hat in tow, I strolled through the town, looking out at the gorgeous bright lights reflecting on the river, breathing fresh air, embracing the bits of misty rain. I stood staring at the castle over the river for a long time before I peeled myself away from the railing, creating a mental snapshot to ...

There Once Was a Man From Limerick . . .

A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 26, 2012

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... to the castle I noticed a group of girls smoking cigarettes that couldn’t have been older than twelve.

Most of the attractions we tried to see where closed but it was still interesting to see them from the outside. Limerick may not be on the top of my list when I return to Ireland, but I got to see a different side to the country that not many travelers experience and after talking to the locals I understand how the comical and somewhat crude poetry earned its ...

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