Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... sleep, we started our journey in Cork. We made our way to this beautiful Cathedral that we explored inside. It was a Protestant Church which was kinda interesting and the detail both outside and inside was unreal. Next to the Church was a fort called Elizabeth Fort. We climbed to the top where we had views of the entire city. Here again was my favorite moment, looking out over where I was and feeling full happiness.
We then made our way to the train and arrived in ...
A full 48 hours in and we've hit bumps we anticipated, and received joys that we've welcomed openly.
We awoke the second day here at a bright and early 1 PM. Thank you jetlag. Thankfully the rest was great. And even better due to the generosity of Andy & Miriam and them forcing us to stay in their bed.
After a quick visit to the Mahon farmers market, Lauren and I took to County Cork's city center.
Andy drops us and we say, ...
I sit here in a small little coffee shop, watching the people pass by, the staff hurrying to fill orders and the busy street stuck in traffic. My mind wonders how it all works so fluidly, how does everyone move and work in connection with each other. Upon this thought links the thought of where do I fit in. Where is my place in this small but large city on the emerald isle? CV's or resumes continue to be sent with emails and every week ...
... and drinks. We picked the Shelbourne because it is one of the oldest hotels in Dublin and is located right on the park. This ended up being a very interesting trip, because the hotel was hosting the Most Stylish Lady contest for RTE1 (a local TV station). The winner was to get 2 free nights in a fine Paris hotel and ladies’ in large hats abounded. Sadly Ashlyn was not wearing one of the many fine hats she packed on the trip, so we were not able ...
Woke up to see land - green land at that. We are heading into Ireland, Cork to be exact. We have organised a tour of Cork and have to meet at 12.30. Unfortunately, no tour guide turned up but after a couple of phone calls and a very helpful Irish lass, a private tour was hastily arranged and off we went. We saw some amazing pieces of Irish land ...