Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork
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... so I am a bit clueless in that area. He asked about positions in the church and yea I just looked away. After class we came back and hung out for a bit before I had music. Now music is so conveniently in the FARTHEST place ever… basically the city (25 minute walk) and it was freezing. We couldn't find the room until some rude little man got annoyed with us and finally helped. The classroom itself was about as cold as outside. Apparently our teacher didn’t get that ...
It's 6am and i'm wide awake again.
I swear my body refuses to sleep! Chris even gave me a sleeping pill this time and I slept from 1am until 5:30am.....soooooo here I am. lol
Let's see....let's make this blog about my on-going observations of Ireland:
- It's like 90% cobblestone roads which is annoying
- There aren't as many red heads as I expected to see
- The accent ...
... and chips (and Guinness and Smithwicks) for the crew ... and Jonathan emphatically declaring that we must not continue to leave tips. You see, tips apparently are not common ... and according to Jon, he will not stand for this generosity man, he will not stand for this generosity. Tomorrow beings the Blarney Stone, Kinsale, more of the south coast towns I cannot pronounce with the final destination of Killarney. Love you ...
Day 6 - Gift of Gab
We started our final day in Ireland with another full Irish breakfast. This one was a home-cooked version by the proprietor of our B&B, Mary. The food was filling and a fitting send off. After breakfast we took a bus to the city of Blarney. We were on a mission to see the Blarney stone and were one of the first people to arrive. This was key because in order to see the stone, you have to climb ...
... and tiny villages. The road is narrow but absent the grass growing in the middle as we drive up and down a steady stream of hills, some quite steep. At times, the trees on either side have grown so tall that they intertwine to create a beautiful green arbor to drive under.
When we arrive we have just enough time to have our picnic lunch of bread, cheese and hummus before the noon tour. The guide leads us down the wet stairs about 229 feet into ...