Central Hotel

Exchequer Street Dublin 2, Mallow, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mallow

Day 19 Sumer is Icumen In

A travel blog entry by britt.mark


... br> Muckross Abbey, a fine ruin of a Franciscan church built in the 12th century. The cloister built around a magnificent yew tree, which is as old as the abbey, and is remarkably intact.

Ross Castle is for Ireland a reasonable tower house on one of the lakes. A history too complicated to contemplate and a toilet that would have 60 disability groups lodging court action in Australia.

Muckross House, a large neo Tudor house built ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by offsider

OMG what a great day. Left Sligo ( pronounced Sly-go ) this morning and headed to Knock. It is a tiny village which has been thrust into the limelight because Mary, Joseph and Saint John appeared on a chapel wall. Even though I am a collapsed catholic I have to say it is very impressive. From Knock we travelled to the Cliffs Of Moher. Walked to the top of the cliffs - see FB ...

A Pudding-Free First Night on the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi


... decor. TVs showing American music videos (Nicki Minaj, Train, One Direction, etc) made for a weird twist.  So far we have found that while we can communicate just fine with the younger Irish, we barely understand a word from the older folks. Or maybe the old guy rambling to the bartender next to us was just a little drunk. Either way, it sounded like gibberish to us. But maybe after a couple weeks, we'll get the hang of ...

Bones and Things

A travel blog entry by melepua


I am no longer going to open my blogs with some expression on how this week was the most random or interesting or strange week I have yet experienced, because all my weeks are turning out that way. Usually I hear people say, "Only to Carrie." 'Tis true. I attract strange events and interesting people.

But first, we shall have a little limerick, by my friend Matt.

There once was a student named Carrie
Who lived very southeast ...

Luggage Woes and Freedom!

A travel blog entry by melepua

... would be nearly impossible to lug my 140 pounds of luggage through public transportation. I emailed them saying I would arrive the next day. Looks like no one got the email. There I stood, quite helplessly, as the arrivals area grew quickly deserted. I ran to the next bus headed to the city center and the driver helped my load my luggage. He dropped me off and I attempted to push three bags with two hands through downtown Limerick ...


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