Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... mariachi music playing overhead followed up by the Gypsy Kings and every server with an Irish brogue. Fits perfectly, right?
- Streaming the SI Wildcat football game and having the iPad battery day with 1 second left in regulation. ****! Got the connection and battery back, though, in time to see the Cats win in Double OT! FIREBIRD! ...
... the last few photos, the sky releases a light drizzle. We hurry to the car and head into Cork city center for our last dinner in Ireland.
Naturally, it's at the Oliver Plunkett. We eat and listen one last time to some traditional tunes. Elizabeth is coaxed out of her seat to "join the band" for a song. She taps the tamborine against her leg, swinging with the music. The boys lean against the windowsill clapping their hands. ...
... in front of us deplane and informed us that the flight was delayed for maintenance. Additionally, he noted that if any one connecting in DC would need to see customer service. Ashlyn and I quickly speed-walked to the service desk. This was not a great omen for the trip. In the end, the service desk rerouted us through London and we made it to Dublin by 1:30. The flight was actually uneventful and enjoyable once we made it on a plane.
... a present on the bed, a beautiful, silver Celtic trinity knot necklace, which goes perfectly with her dress. The babysitter arrives right on time. Kaeleb, begins to complain about his stomach and neither Chris nor Elizabeth are certain if his complaints are valid or his reasoning for us to not go out. We leave our numbers with the sitter and tell her to call if anything changes with Kaeleb and we set off.
Las Gourmandises is supposed to be one of the ...
... ts à venir nous tenir compagnie... on est beaucoup moins heureuse! On demande donc une "déqualification" à la grande surprise du garçon d'hôtel! Sous recommandation d'un brésilien bizarre qui nous a pas lâché à Jameson, on se rend au Cobblestone, un pub traditionnel où se tient de vrais irlandais et non juste des touristes. En effet, on est heureuse d'entendre un petit groupe qui joue du violon ...