Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork
Travel Blogs from Cork
Lisaandrob stayed here on Aug 23, 2013 during their trip titled: Lisa Rob & Ava's Great Adventure.
... deal with 3 different currencies, and countless amounts of cities. No, I didn't meet the perfect Irish boy for all of you out there wondering, but I did meet a few almost perfect ones! haha.. I can't wait to meet my parents tomorrow as I come out of the gate at logan airport. I know both of them are counting down the seconds until I arrive, as I haven't seen my mom in over 2 months, and my dad in 5 months! I know there ...
... amazing. Not only does the COPE Foundation pay for all snacks and lunches, but the students come to the school free of charge and also get access to a swimming pool, hydrotherapy, horseback riding, and so many other amazing resources! Its really interesting and amazing learning about how Ireland deals with Special Education. When I got to St. Paul's I was placed in a classroom with students in the older group(ages 16-18) and I was surprised to find that none ...
... pictures on here, I just keep taking the same path every where I go so there is nothing different yet.
But this upcoming weekend, my friends and I are going to West Cork to live on a dairy farm with an American women and her Irish husband. She studied abroad here and fell in love and came back and now they allow Quinnipiac students to stay with them for ...
... Centre and Famine Museum but being Sunday it was shut. Most annoying! I did notice an awful lot of people at mass so not a godless lot like us Kiwis.
The other thing that struck me as we passed through the towns was the size of the churches. Most of them were huge even in the smallest localities, and the church in Killarney was enormous. Certainly bigger that the Anglican cathedral in Christchurch.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center