Central Hotel

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

Day 19 Sumer is Icumen In

A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Apr 22, 2013

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... 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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Stats You Could Never Live Without

A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 22, 2012

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... t say I've heard before, "For eff's sake!" And here, I hear it several times a day. Usage example:Me - "For St. Patrick's Day we should watch Darby O'Gill and the Little People." Irish response - "For eff's sake!" Nothing else, case closed. I could go on with funny swears, but I won’t for sake of boring you all with too much writing on one subject. But I will end with this: the part that amazes me the most is that NOBODY CARES. Words ...

And We're Off!

A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 19, 2011

... curry for lunch), and a bread stand. I purchased a whole wheat soda bread loaf, which I just finished today. If Ireland does anything right, it's the bread. Delicious! I learned that the reason the brown breads are so different from ours at home is that the flour is different. Unfortunately we can't purchase this flour in most stores at home because it is not processed and therefore goes bad quickly. From the vegetable booth, I bought these ...

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