Glebe Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 ...
... shirt, bow tie, and sports coat to have dinner in the
Symphony Dining Room. I sat with three other couples, and talked to a gentleman who retired from working in marketing for AT&T where he worked for 35 years. It just so happens that his son works for booking.com where I made reservations in San Juan, Puerto Rico, for two nights before our Oceania Cruise, so I told him about the ...
... beach to ourselves. We made it our home for about thirty minutes, taking pictures, prancing around, living life. From there, we walked to Muckross House, stopping along the way at the lake once again, finding a trail that no one seemed to be taking, to a windy, but peaceful little spot by the lake. After some more trails, we ended up in the Muckross Gardens, wandering around the estate, stopping in the craft store, and then catching our bus back to town. A ...
... Cork quite similar to Dublin (right on the River Lee, flooded with pubs and shops). I suppose we should not have been overly surprise by this because before we left Dublin, we had a delightful cab driver who told us that Cork was just a smaller version of Dublin. (He advised us to check out Kinsale and the surrounding area for a more scenic weekend which we did the following day!) We dropped our bags at our B&B and headed out to ...
Monday (17th) today we caught the bus out to Blarney castle. The castle and grounds are stunning, probably the nicest castle we have been to yet. We made our way through the gardens to the castle, checking out the dungeons along the way. We weaved our way through the castle remains (you wouldn't want to be tall or wide) up the steep squishy spiral staircase, throughout different rooms finally coming out on top of the castle where we each took it in turns to lay ...