Lismore House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8217;s prized possession is in order, the Hoise of Waterford Crystal built in 1738. Its reconstruction allows one to view the original manufacturing process as it originally was.
So the night is here and we have departed enroute to Newfoundland. I did not want to forget that Cobh was also the town where offshore the SS Lusitania was sunk by a German U-boat in 1915. Over 2000 passengers were killed and unidentifiable bodies are buried in the local ...
... was much more than just a castle-it was acres and acres of gardens and lots to see. First things first, climbed the extremely narrow and winding stone stairs to the roof where the Blarney Stone is. I laid down and leaned way over backwards and kissed the stone. We then took another set of stairs back down to the bottom. We spent another hour or so exploring the grounds and the gardens. Then off to ...
Yesterday some of my Chi Omega sorority sisters and I went to the Blarney Castle because it was our installation weekend back at Quinnipiac and we thought it would be nice to be together while they are all being initiated. It happened to not be the nicest day to go but it wasn't horrible out. We took a short bus ride to Blarney and then found our way to the castle. At that point it was freezing and pouring. We walked around a ...
... working out time took a while, as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd in a variety of age categories picked up a voucher, laptop tray, can opener, wok or whatever else. We headed for Cork to find somewhere to stay only to find the obvious candidates full. ZZ top gig was blamed, but it may just be a busy city. Eventually a b&b owner gave us a tip that another b&b up the road had a room left, so we headed there. The road we were on seemed to hold back entrances, so I ...
... students at a Pub called The Rock Bar and it was a lot of fun. We talked with some of the Irish students and had some Bulmer's Irish Cider, which is amazing. I also was able to get a question answered thanks to an Irish student named Eoghan (pronounced Owen, weird I know). My question referred to a slang word the Irish used which is craic (pronounced crack, like the narcotic) and means fun, entertainment, and enjoyable conversation. A popular saying ...