Muskerry Arms

Blarney, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Blarney

Gift of Gab

A travel blog entry by kingmilo

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... was built 600 years ago. It is said to give the "gift of gab" or "eloquence" to the person who kisses it. I can now talk the hind leg off a donkey.



Blarney is a cute, diminutive and compact town consisting of old grey stone buildings crammed together side-by-side; a traipse up a hill gets you to the Castle.
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This is Just Blarney!!

A travel blog entry by rjknowltn

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... gate ways, changing the castle to Gothic architect. Then the Plague hit hard causing death or abandonment to other lands. Ancient buildings fell into decay, today they are a great reminder of strong Christian faith.

Today we have traveled 300 km away from Dublin to County Cork. Appeasing my bucket list is to kiss the Blarney Stone. Ahh, another day to conquer my fear of heights. ...

Another day in paradise

A travel blog entry by psrive

... tomatoes and salad greens from the garden. This afternoon I've been felting in an ancient shed attached to the back of Christine's house. A very gentle process of layering wool to begin with and then very therapeutic massage and pummeling of the felt. The process involves a lot of water and soap - very good for my gardener's finger nails. I've made a bag with an orange inside ...

The Last Three Days Has ME Lost For Words?!

A travel blog entry by marybc

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... has a long story attached and involves Egypt... Napoleon... and a conquest or two. Won't bore you with the details... suffice to say that it is the only Corinthian column you can climb up (on the inside) and that is located in Ireland. Met a delightful old Irishman on the lane where we parked. He couldn't hear but he could tell a good tale (over and over) about the Englishman who built that crazy pile of rock. We had a good laugh, especially when ...

Extreme Castle Climbers

A travel blog entry by lmedear2

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We woke up Sunday morning to another beautiful day in Killarney. It started off with a jaunting cart (aka horse and carriage) ride in the national park. I (mysteriously) scored a seat in the front of the cart with the driver, and a prime view of the beautiful lakes, mountains, and wildlife. One of my favorite views was of the wispy clouds hovering over the mountains (which were the tallest peaks in Ireland), and my favorite story was of ...

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This hotel, located in Blarney, is near Blarney Castle & Rock, Blarney Stone, Blarney Woolen Mills, and Little Skellig.
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