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... Irish Pub called The Blue Bull. After lunch we strolled around the town looking at the art, craft and gifts on offer.
Back on the coach and continue on to Cork with the odd stop to take in the scenery and take photos, with the odd nap in between !!
Arrive at Cork and check in to our hotel, The Rochestown Park Hotel, free time until 7:15 when we have a provided dinner in the hotel.
... and now I can check it off my bucket list!! What was even more impressive were the gardens around the castle! We walked through the woods to the Fern Gardens, Poison Gardens, and then walked around and just soaked in all the beauty! I seriously felt like I was in a fairy tale the entire time! We came back to Cork later in the afternoon and spent the rest of the day cuddled up on the couch with a cup of tea! The rain ...
... Lee before heading off to Cobh (Queenstown) which was the last departure port of RMS Titanic. We hear stories of millions of Irish people that emigrated between the 1840. -1950., especially during the desolate and very sad times of the Irish famine. We see the Titanic monument in the town center, and visit the impressive St. Coleman's Cathedral. Finally we spend the night in Cork, and enjoy a great night out where you may sample the local Murphy's stout.
... stone staircase. Both of us were
huffing and puffing by the time we reached the top. The effort was worth
it though. The views from the top mere spectacular, even though most of
the surrounding countryside was shrouded in mist.
Tomorrow we head back to Dublin for two nights before we head back to Paris. The end of our journey is ...
... not for me :P On to the next one! Finally, my last class of the day was Traditional Irish Music. This professor is sooo cute, she's old and Irish and so cute so I liked it from the very beginning! She talked about the instruments of Ireland: The harp, the violin, the fiddle, etc. It was pretty fun actually listening to the music, so I think I'm going to take this one! After class we found the Starbucks Cafe on campus, got hot chocolate and waited for our meeting at 7. At ...