Fernhill Golf and Country Club
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This morning was not a lazy morning as much as Elizabeth would wish it to be. She kissed Chris goodbye as he made his way to work, closed up the house, and yes checked that the doors were locked and headed out.
Our first stop took us back to the city center. Elizabeth can't wax or pluck her own eyebrows. She sed to attempt it years ago, but it always turned out badly; and for weeks after, until they grew back my eyebrows looked misshapen and funky. ...
... me right up and finally had some Irish food here. After our late lunch we took the bus back and then walked back from our room to the city….in the rain. I was not happy. Then my bag broke because it was soaked from the water and my mug fell out. I was so angry that I just wasted money for no reason now. But Ill go find a different mug another time.
Today we were supposed to go to cliffs of moher but we looked at ...
... has to have the largest gift store in Ireland. It sells everything - sweaters, jewelry, crystal, pottery and almost any souvenir you care to purchase. And yes we dropped a few dollars in the store.
Continuing on we arrived in Cork for the night. We didn't have any excursions planned so a quiet meal in the hotel's restaurant and a relaxing night was a welcome way to finish the day off.
... nice tour though the place, and was pretty obvious that this was something of the show factory with glass blowers producing the initial shapes and then cutters painstakingly cutting the patterns. Most of there products are made in other parts of the world and only the very big or custom made pieces are still made in Waterford. The a good tour of the Bishops ...
... and green and breathtaking. We found that the universal law also apply to Ireland : the richer the people the higher the walls.
We found the very special 13th century ruin of Kilfane Church is tucked away behind a lot of trees but clearly signposted.
The most remarkable feature is the effigy of "Cantwell ...