Fernhill House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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So first day exploring in Cork went surprisingly well considering the fact that I ended up having more than just one beer last night. Although it was so good to see Owen again! Just one of those people I wasn't sure I'll ever see again. Breaks my heart to even think of that. At a lovely breakfast and headed down to town center. Went to the tourist information and bus station to collect some information. Wanted to rent a car but I'm not allowed since I'm under ...
... that her friend recently opened up. So we thought hell, why not. Before we knew it, we'd walked around for nearly two hours, asked for directions three times, with only the last person being competent enough to use the internet and map it out for us. Our first helpers, in the tourist office, guided us totally and utterly the opposite direction we needed to go. What a bust. But hey, the long journey made the meal spectacular. We basically collapsed in joy once ...
... were verbal. Besides some mumbles and hand signals there was no communication. I helped one of the students, Shane color in a picture of a daffodil and the main goal was to try and get him to color inside the lines rather than scribble all over the page. I also played on the iPad with him and some of the other boys and girls in the classroom. There were only 5 students in the classroom, with 3 Special Needs Aid's and 1 teacher. You can imagine how severe ...
... to make you want to swear off drinking forever. Aside from an uncomfortable journey and some gross weather, I did manage to have a wonderful time. We first went to a stone circle that supposedly was meant to be some kind of portal tomb. It was pouring rain at that point with no covering and in the morning when my hangover was still at its worst, so I'm a little fuzzier on those details unfortunately. All I can tell you is it wasn't quite ...
... so it wasn't much of a hunt. And thank goodness we had a tourguide because the streets are kind of confusing! We walked through the English market where they have tons of fresh fruits, vegetables and meats. It's really cool! Then we walked around the backstreets of the city and found all the little shops and pubs and stores that are all the traditional Irish stores :) We also found Tesco in the city which was WAY nicer than the other one we went ...