Lismore House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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
... Irish band playing the violin while drinking a few Irish beers. Hearing our familiar accent, a fellow Canadian joins us for our last beer. We have a few laughs and even if last call was at 12:30, I manage to get my new friend and I one last Guinness. I explain to the barman that in Montreal, bars close at 3am. I think my accent and its charm worked again. I often get made fun of with my dialect, but sometimes it pays off! P.S. Countdown at 22 ...
... of baileys and milk!
Our first morning in Cork we had our first Irish breakfast cooked in our little B and B. It was eggs, bacon, sausages, tomato, toast and the black and white pudding. The pudding was an interesting experience indeed. Black pudding is made using congealed blood with some oats/bread to make it firmer and is then made into a sausage. The white pudding is animal fat (usually pork) with the same bread type filler, again made into ...
... plants that cause paralysis and death, pretty cool.
Since this didn't take as long as we thought we spent the afternoon at the Cork Zoo, this was a fairly small zoo but they had a huge area full of giraffes and zebras as well as monkeys and big cats, not as impressive as Singapore but still pretty good. Afterwards we went for a drive to Cobh which is a small seaside town, not much here but that was fine, had a small walk around and ...
... always given a response that sounded something like this, " yeah it rains a bit here in Ireland, you should have been here during this one week in 199_." The countryside- The Irish countryside is something that shouldn't be missed by anyone making a trip to Ireland. It can be a little scary driving on the country roads as they are about as wide as a Suburban with rock fences on both sides. Every time an oncoming car comes by you can't help but brace for impact as it zooms past on ...