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... relaxing, the commentaries are good - tho today's was taped, and the opportunity is there to get off and on as you please for 2 days. Cork, it's big, originally it was a river city like Venice! Hard to believe, now the central retail area is virtually on an Island. Very busy, modern/ancient mix. Lots of tight, one way streets, and many more that should be! Churches everywhere! Appears to be a very holy city. Years ago, 3 investors would ...
... in Cork about three hours later where we boarded our own yellow bus and explored the city. On the river Lee, Cork, founded in 1185, is the third largest city in Ireland after Dublin and Belfast. We saw the farmers market and the famous Blarney Castle, built in the 12th century. Peg climbed the 100 steps all the way to the top battlements and saw the Blarney Stone though chose not to kiss it. Enough blarney ability already, don't you think? Charlie ...
... hot!" Now I know if I want compliments I need to become a lobster. - I created my very first German sentence without help. 'Ich bin wunder schün' ( may be spelt wrong)....'I am beautiful'. - I got told that my haircut is amazing which has confirmed I am never having long hair again. - I learnt to juggle three balls. So that is my week summed up into a very long post! But unless you were there, you won't sit back and smile when you read this. In some ways this is ...
... I am the only one out of the seven that is staying for two semesters (the others are leaving in December!).
Although it became more difficult to spend time together when the school year began, we managed to plan a trip together at the beginning of October. We had already explored the Northern Coast, so why not venture to the Southern Coast!? So, we all headed to Cork - located in the Republic of Ireland and at the southern tip of the island.
... on series of rivers below sea level. Basically, it is a lot like Venice, except that the rivers all have bridges ( roads and sidewalks ) and at the edges where the sidewalks would normally meet the buildings, there are gaps where you can actually look down to the river below.
Darren, an incredibly well educated and very knowledgeable man, kept us engaged with an almost non-stop diatribe on the history of the city and ...