Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork
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... rails while an assistant is holding you at the torso. He shoves you down and tells you to kiss the stone. Jim went first... then Eve and Daniel. I pretty much knew going up that I wasn't going to kiss the stone...ick. After kissing the stone we explore the castle on the way down. Again, the castle is a really cool castle. It's self-guided up and down but they have signs to read along the way. The kids liked the "murder hole" where hot oil or hot water was poured ...
... 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 ...
... through the English Market, a covered food market dating from the 17th century where we bought some amazing apple maple syrup made w Irish apples. Quick stop playing with toys at Pinocchio and a dutiful sugar stop at Auntie Nelly's for some childhood memory drive for Emma, and off to lunch at Fellini's. Our tour of Cork ended w a little walk, and off we went on our ...
January 3, 2014
Yesterday, January, 2, I flew out of JFK ready to embark on a new journey, studying abroad in Cork, Ireland! As I was sad to leave my family for such a long period of time I was very excited to start my new adventure in Europe!
We arrived at Shannon airport around 5:30 am. The flight was scheduled to be over 6 hours but it was only 5 hours which I was happy about since i get restless ...
... and the ill fated voyage of the Titanic. It is a great big interesting history book with it's pages expanded and tacked to the wall. Outside was a statue of Annie Moore, who emigrated from Cobh and was the first immigrant to be processed through Ellis Island. Unfortunately we only passed by Ellis Island (New York) in a boat or we would have known about this before we came here as the same statue in on the island.