Lismore House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This morning we had 2 meetings, both including plant tours, at EMC and DePuy Johnson & Johnson. Both were interesting but as I seem to developed a head cold a bit hard to stay awake through. I came back to the hotel after the meeting to take a nap and had to miss the final meeting of the day with an economics professor at University College Cork because I was too nauseous for the bus ...
... I tried mashing it with a metal container I found in the cabinet, I added too much salsa, and didn't have any cilantro or lime so not that much flavor to it. But it wasn't the worst guacamole ever but I will definitely not be making it again. And to top it off, I had ramen with it so the flavors were just all over the place for my dinner tonight.
Also, I have been craving American food for days now. I ran out of my peanut butter ...
... It looked like it was going to be bad weather but my good luck came about again and it cleared up/sun came out just in time for our walk around kinsale - a gorgeous little city.
We met up with the people on the afternoon tour, which kind of sucked since this meant Kevin had to use the mic to speak, and it wasn't very clear.
We went to blarney, kissed the stone - the worst part of this was the stairs! They are terrifying! Tiny, and curved, needed to hang ...
... both walked back to the hostel where the guy running the night desk wouldn't let josh in because he wasn't staying there, was covered in a blood and he had no shoes or shirt. Shortly after Aaron apparently let him in the side door where they walked up stairs and found the passed out priest. Just at that moment the guy from the night desk comes up to see what had been making all the noise. Finds josh and starts yelling at him for coming in, he tells Josh to get out to ...
... given a top notch commentary along the way.
First stop was atop the mountain ranges of the Knockmeal Downs to look out over Co. Tipperary, parts of which were cloaked in mist. Even though the day was overcast, it kind of added to the beauty of the scenery, though we were assured that had it been a clear day, it would have been even more breath-taking, though I just can't imagine anything more beautiful than the countryside we ...