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 ...

Rain, Cliffs and Ancient Tombs

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 07, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... I'm a bit embarrassed to say that it took us too long to realize that this rainstorm was not going to blow over. There was no cover, just a cliff and an electric fence. So we turned around and quickly looked for the closest shelter...there stood O'Brien's Tower. Ahhhhh.....the line was out the door but we put on our pushy American attitude and were able to get into the look-out tower, right next to a portable heater and a very good ...

Emmas Wedding :o) A big Irish affair!

A travel blog entry by bobbette on May 29, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... in an Irish lock in with. You see, as the Irish like to drink and a night out to them is the whole night out, when the pub is suppose to close, they just close the door and everyone inside is in a lock in. Of course you can leave but obviously you go home and don't come back in to the pub until the following night etc! but while you are in the lock in everything continues on as normal.

On this particular night I didn't even realise we were in a lock in, or that it ...

Irish 4th of July Celebration on the 8th of July

A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 08, 2012

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... called the Sports Club and were on our merry way. I ate some food and had a couple Guinness on the program. I also learned that "tipping" is not customary or expected in Ireland. All the bills for restaurants/pubs have no line for the tip. I asked the former Dean of the University of Limerick Law School and current professor of mine about this and he explained that their salaries are high enough where they don't expect it. Many places will not accept ...

A Scattering of Random Adventures

A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 18, 2012

... remind me not to go that way in the dark again.

I am glad I got out of Limerick, but with the 25 euro madman mishap bus ticket, I was a bit disappointed. The small towns in Ireland are charming, but they end up all looking alike after a while. Small streets, wooden store fronts, impressive churches, castles or ruins, a river. All very pretty. Yet was it worth the 7 hours of travel just for 2.5 hours of sight-seeing? I dunno.

Sunday was ...

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