Muskerry Arms

Blarney, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Blarney, is near Blarney Castle & Rock, Blarney Stone, Blarney Woolen Mills, and Ballyburden Riding School.
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    A shopping day

    A travel blog entry by michelesh on Sep 16, 2013

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    ... enough of the blarney! I did buy an Aran sweater here, it's blue and has coconut buttons, but I like it a lot and it fits well. The Woollen mills closed some time ago, and it's been turned into a large shopping area.

    So far, Ireland feels a lot like the states. The houses are smaller, more like cottages. Many of them are built of stone.

    We've arrived in Killarney where we will spend the next three ...

    Kissing the Blarney Stone

    A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... of the pubs but Sunday nights don't really go off in Cork nor do Ssturday nights and it seams to have much more of an older crowd a big contrast to Dublin so at the end of the night we trundled back to our hostel to be greater by one of our hostel room mates a large lady who was snoring her absolute head off all night neither of us got much sleep at all, we now remember why we booked private ...


    A travel blog entry by stevoc on Apr 12, 2013

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    ... towns and national parks. The highlight for me though was the town and castle of Blarney. The castle itself was amazing, we parked a five minute walk from it and I started taking photos almost straight away! The grounds were amazing, very large with a river running through, the castle is in semi ruins with no roof or wooden parts left at all. The keep rises 100 feet into the air with the battlements at the very top. The walk up to the top is through the smallest, most narrow ...

    Shocked back to reality!

    A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Mar 18, 2013

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    ... water was boiled by adding hotstones.

    We travel on the N71 pass Skibb and then turn towards Ballydehob in the direction of Schull. Near Toomore we found a wedge tomb by chance as we decide to have a picnic at that very spot. The tomb overlooks a lovely bay and we enjoy our time at this site. Ballydehob is also very beautiful with bright yellow flower bushes and old bridges, rivers and islands.


    The Gift of Eloquence

    A travel blog entry by davefremland on Sep 15, 2012

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    ... itself worthy of much more exploration.

    We first entered the amazing Titanic museum with it's lifelike statues and exhibits giving a realistic image of what life might have been like not only on the gargantuine vessel but also on the many prisoner ships which left from this famous port. In the days of yore, prisoners were shipped off to the frontiers of Australia to do labor in the growing colonies.

    The museum is exquisite and ...

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