Roberts Cove Inn Cork
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... supposed to meet my hosts around 9p.m., but it was only 5p.m. Therefore, I visited Cork a little. I did not have a lot of time, but I visited two very awesome cafes and walked around a bit. The city itself looks really great. There are a lot of shops, cafes, restaurants and cool things to see. I walked in many streets, crossed a park and crossed some bridges as well. I really liked that city. I will certainly go back there!
... folk around here. Believe me when I say that Guinness doesn't travel well. Tomorrow, I'll watch the Hurling match between Cork and then I'll be making my way to Dingle Town after kissing the Blarney Stone!
I leave you now with a picture of a bit of Irish ingenuity, and new German, French, American, and Japanese friends.
Goodnight, my ...
... and fields of green then right in front of us was the Castle. It was pretty amazing to look at. We made our way following the crowds to the Castle to queue to kiss the stone. There were so many people there wanting to kiss it....mainly American tourists. It makes you wonder if all of these people from all over the World kiss this stone do they wash it? How hygienic can it be? lol But we thought we have come all this way just stand in line and get ready to pucker up! ...
... whiskey is roasted using a smokeless fuel (such as anthracite) whereas the Scottish use peat which gives off smoke and imparts a distinctive ‘peaty’ palate to the whisky (think of Laphroiag). Also Scotch whisky tends to undergo a double distillation, whereas Irish whiskey is triple-distilled. We also learnt how the whiskey is often stored in barrels that may have previously ...
... I find a stone to bring back to a special friend of mine. (We always carry a stone from a beautiful place back home. She puts it n her garden - I also have many stone from all over the world that she brought back for me on her travels - better than any gift any day!
We found a beach with sand at Shanagarry. On our way back to Cork we found swans to feed as the sun sets. ...
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