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... previous night, they allowed us to utilize their secure luggage storage for the day which enabled us to make the trip to Blarney Castle! Now that Sunday Funday had passed and everything in the town was open, we grabbed breakfast with our new (albeit much older) friend at the local farmers market before parting ways. We hopped on the bus to Blarney and fought the mad tourist crowds to the top of the castle and kissed the Blarney Stone. Special note, they have a disinfectant spray so it's ...
... marinated pork chop, ground beef, garlic, carrots, potatoes, a red pepper, and a tomato. The best part about these CollegeDinners is that its 12 euro!! (you're welcome mom and dad).
ok that' s all I have
ps: the eggs here are not refrigerated..they are just on a random isle near the alcohol
pss: i don't have any quizzes or tests throughout the semester, its all just one final test
... Blarney stone which is fabled to award any kisser with the gift of Eloquence. Did we feel like we had the gift of the gab after our experience, I doubt it but when in Rome do as the Romans do. The castle was a magnificent old structure from roughly 600 years ago and there are many legends as to the origin of the stone, but some say that it was the Lia Fáil—a magical stone upon which Irish kings were crowned. We enjoyed our time there and headed off again further ...
... to order there (the tuna potatoe place I mean) was because I was freakishly paranoid I would end up eating nothing but fries and stuff... but finding apples and carrots and other, healthier stuff wasn't hard at all. And, of course, fish is something I quite like as well.
I gotta wrap this up now as I can hardly keep my eyes open anymore. I was planning to go to the hostel's pub tonight and enjoy their daily live music session (and awkwardly hope somebody would ...
... clip about the world-famous Jameson’s before being introduced to our guide, Collette. Talk about enthusiastic! She was so animated and interested when talking about the whiskey distilling process, and her attractive Irish lilt added to her humour really made her a delight to listen to. If ever there was someone suited to her job, Collette was it. We were very surprised, therefore, ...