Lismore House Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We arrived in Cork under cloudy skies, but they eventually cleared up and it became quite a nice day. We had an early breakfast and went down to the pier to board our bus for a tour of Cork and the Blarney Castle. Cork is a beautiful city, about 15 kms away from the port at Cobh, and we drove around town for a while. Then off to the Blarney Castle. We parked at the Blarney Woollen Mills, and then walked through the grounds to the Castle. We lined up ...
... my guardian angel (cursing that I hadn’t put my lovely guardian angel keyring that Frances Dorman had given me prior to leaving on the safety deposit key) that the key would still turn up. About 6am on the Sunday morning while paying a visit to the bathroom I happened to glance at the back of the door and saw the hooks where you’d hang your bathrobe etc. It was like I was struck with lightning and I was sure that was where I’d hung the key in ...
... side of the road. All of the rain that Ireland gets isn't all for not. It is an incredibly green place with very dense forests along the country roads. So dense in some parts that the trees make a tunnel over the roadway below. Castles- There seems to be a castle around every corner and on the top of every hill. During our time here we have managed to visit a few of the stone fortresses. Most notable would be the Blarney Castle located just outside of Cork in the far south. This is ...
... 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 ...
... of mens' clothing), and she pointedly informed me that my nail polish was "too girly." In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Han and I treated ourselves to a few vodka-cranberries before hitting the town "for some mighty good craic." Oh, and I forgot my ID when we went pub hopping, which could have been disastrous. However, when the bouncer inquired about my age, I simply replied, "Well how old do I look?" to which he responded in his thick Irish ...