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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... trees! Jackie and I explored every room in the castle, trying to guess what the room was used for. After discovering the Murder Hole over the front door, it moved up on her wish list for potential houses. All in all, a beautiful day. I could not have asked for a better time with my friends exploring Ireland's rich history and culture. Tomorrow we are exploring the Cliffs of Mohair. Too bad the airline can't book a flight seven years in ...
... Jack on our flag! Then it was time to return to Dublin. We bid farewell to half the group, and saw the rest that evening at dinner in the Temple Bar district with yet another fantastic live band. I got to try a shot of Baby Guinness (Tia Maria and Baileys) which was awesome! We have truly experienced the luck of the Irish on this trip. We were the first to use the beautiful new area of last night's hostel, Pa had only just returned from holidays the day before ...
... and the Blarney Stone, you have to climb up the old spiral stone staircases which narrowed the closer to the top you got. Fortunately, the stairs have a rope handle you can use to help pull yourself up. We stopped on each floor we could to take a break. But we finally emerge on the rampart.
The view from the top of the castle is wonderful and fortunately for us it is a decent day. The views are very lovely from there. We work our way over ...
... in Cork and looked up where to go to get to our hostel. They have a market in downtown cork so we decided to head over and check it out. It was mostly fresh foods but they had some baked goods that we decided to purchase and take to the park with us for a snack. We sat next to a beautiful fountain and enjoyed our sweet treats before continuing on towards our hostel.
We stayed at the International ...
Today we left Killarney and traveled to Cork. I'm always sad to leave Killarney - it is just about my favorite place on earth. I make a point to drink in the beautiful mountain vistas as much as possible before driving out of town. I guess that every vacation has to have a few bumps in the road and we sure hit one today! We made the mistake of arriving at Blarney Castle midday on a Saturday...oh my. There must have been several large tour buses ...