Imperial Hotel Clonakilty
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... map that we picked up somewhere along the way, our first stop was the English Market . . . why it is named that, we do not know. After all, the Irish are not fond of the English and you would think, wouldn't you, that they would do all they can to distance themselves? Anyway, it is a big building with an open air market, having everything from fresh fish to fresh vegetables ...
... br> Recommendations - Dublin
- Sights - Stephen's Green, Viking Splash Tour, Shelbourne Hotel
- Restaurants - Queen of Tarts, Ely Winebar, Arthur's, The Cliffs Townhouse, L' ecrivain
- Pubs/Bars - Grogan's, The Cobblestone, No. 27 at the Shelbourne
Recommendations - County Cork
- Sights - Kinsale, Old Head Golf Links, Blarney Castle
- Restaurants - Blair's Inn
... and B. I had to grab some nickers due to miscalculating the needed supplies for the 6 day adventure. I of course bought the most ridiculous ones I could find. I will never forget my trip based on how these undies will not blend into my current collection. Hahah Our B and B wasn't super fancy, but the couple running it was adorable. Ellen made us fresh scones when we arrived. We chatted with Mary and Daryl then headed for dinner. HnT were just going to do ...
... to visit. I soaked my feet in the water. BRR! The water is so extraordinarily cold...
I have a lot of projects for the next weeks. First, this weekend, I will probably go to Cork. There are a lot of things I want to visit there. For instance, I would like to go to the zoo and there is a cathedral I absolutely want to see. The next weekend, I will go to Dublin. I am really looking forward to going to that huge city. There are so many things to do and see ...
... with an eclectic group of people: a "hen" party (bachelorette party), older couples out on the town, gritty looking old fisherman/ barfly types, young women dressed to the nines...I definitely can't say that the Idle Hour caters to a certain demographic group! At one point in the evening this funny little leprechaun-ish guy got up on the bar with a guitar and pretended to sing and play along to several songs. He was quite the showman and ...