Lismore House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Good Friday, as time for a sleep in. ******** up having a cup of tea in bed is so good. Once ready I headed into the city, walking again. I walked the streets for a few hours. Going in to the body shop to have a look and to get the eye brows threaded. It doesn't hurt as much as it did the first time I had it done in the UK, but still go very ...
... going up to kiss the stone and hopefully receiving some luck. The stairs to get to the top of the castle was interesting to say the least. Very narrow and steep stairs that kept going for what felt like forever and a little scary, especially when they are wet from the rain. We get to the top and it was so pretty, everything was very green, definitely a different sight than the one I get every day here in the city. Then we ...
... A very informative and emotional memorial and museum there.. Highlighting the history of immigration..horrible stories of suffering but also promoting the hope they all held for their futures before boarding ships that left the Queenstown dock Definitely a good stop on the tour Off to Cork, we arrived about 4pm, everybody very ready to relax, as the last 3 days have been a lot of coaching around, ready to meet up at ...
... there were alot of us, and it was actually very interesting! The professor has a very strong Irish accent, so it was hard to understand him at times, but it wasn't too bad after a while because I got used to it. Going in I didn't know exactly what Folklore was, but basically it's the "doings and sayings of the ordinary people." It seems like it's going to be a very cool class talking about all of the traditions and festivals of Ireland, which is really cool :) ...
... 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 ...