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... and built fortifications and a thriving port. We also visited Charles Fort, one the two forts that guarded the mouth of the bay. The remains of the old fort make a nice museum and symbol of Briitish rule. We returned to Kinsale where we had a delicious meal of Fish and Chips at a tiny cafe. Our guide had given us a tip about their specialty and it ...
... for his book Robinson Crusoe. Alexander Selkirk departed from Kinsale in 1703.
On our walking tour we passed many brightly colored, turn of the century style buildings. The architecture and boat filled harbor gives this little town a real Sausalito-like feel (as Rick Steves described it).
Driving to Cobh (pronounced cove) enabled us to visit the Titanic ...
... to their number and they rang a certain way. All of the people in the local area got to hear our wonderful tunes! The last stop before heading home was a cafe that is famous for their crepes. I ordered one with belgian chocolate and marshmallow, it was to die for. Tomorrow starts my sixth week of classes here, which means Ill be half way through the semester on Friday. Time flies when your having fun! ...
... fortunate enough to have "stiletto &chic" decor. This may or may not have led to opening up a bottle of whisky, and perhaps finishing it.
We went into town and had a lovely trout dinner and then went to the bar across the street which, was all Irish except for the American music.
The following day we found our dreams in a wool clothing shop. It could have ...
... she was looking for a husband and it just went on from there... It got a little creepy and disturbing... We had a nice trot around the national park though, which was quite pretty. When we got back to the hostel, we paid the driver (not worth it really, in my opinion...) and got on the bus. We arrived in Blarney, and went in to the grounds of Blarney Castle. The gardens were very green, lots of ravens around too. We went up to the castle and got in ...
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