Innishannon House Hotel

Innishannon, County Cork, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Innishannon

Kilkenny to Cork

A travel blog entry by winkie


... for around 45minutes. The girl doing the tour was excellent. I even got a question right. Due the fact that you could not drink the water back then, other wise it would make you sick, they would drink beer. We were asked how many pints they would drink in a day and the correct answer is 8, and that was all they would drink. They would be up at 2am every morning for prays and ...

Gift Of The Gab

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... m sorry!) After we left the castle, the line was about twice as long as when we started, so lucky we went there when we did! We left the grounds and went out to the Blarney Hotel for lunch. We had a quick lunch (I had these field mushrooms with caramelized onion, spinach and goats cheese, which were amazing!) then headed back to the bus. The bus wasn't there yet so we went into a shop which was claimed to be "the largest Irish shop in the world". it ...

Kissing stones

A travel blog entry by acrossthepondan


... stone we toured the grounds which had things like the fairy glade, the witches kitchen, wishing steps, and some of the most beautiful scenes I'd ever seen. Over all it was very gorgeous. Afterwords we stopped at a cafe and got a scone with clotted cream and jam and some Bailey's coffee, mmmm :).
The rest of the day we spent mostly on a train to Dublin and then one more to Balbriggan. But not before we got barley soup and corned beef sandwiches in Cork! ...

Food shopping and Exploring

A travel blog entry by jspalmere

... we finally made it back, I decided to use Kayla's luggage scale to see how heavy my backpack was. It ended up being almost 25 pounds. I was quite proud of the fact that I managed to carry 25 pounds of weight for a 30 minute walk! Talk about a different kind of weekly work out!!

Well I overall had an awesome day and I really began to get used to what it will be like living here over the next five months! I am excited to see what more is to come!!

Slan go foill


Dia Duit (Hello) Cork, Ireland

A travel blog entry by mattanator98


... preparing free Irish Cuisine to celebrate St.Pa tricks Day. I've only read in news articles of these kinds of things but didn't think much of them.
The housing in Ireland is a little bit different from what we have back in America. The houses are call Bungalows which are standard 1 story houses. Within those Bungalows are small families usually only containing 2 children, which very strictly obey their parents.
The Irish eat three meals a day ...


This 2 star hotel, located in Innishannon, is near West Cork Model Railway Village, Bandon Golf Club, and Castle Bernard.
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