Travelodge Cork Airport
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- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We started the day at the Waterford Crystal Visitor centre. It was really interesting getting to watch the whole process from start to finish and watching the masters at work! We would recommend this to anyone coming to this area.
After a quick look at the waterfront and oldest tower in Ireland, we weren't that impressed with Waterford and …
... baked bread, and a restaurant where we would return later, for lunch. Along the way, today, while talking with some of the locals, I discovered that there is still a problem with English landlords. As it turns out, the reason Blarney Castle (the building) is such a wreck and the grounds/gardens and the house we were unable to get into are so lovely and beautiful, is ...
... was that. The IRA burned it down in the 1920's and a band of hippies lived in what remained of the fort for a year in the 1960's. it has now under gone a major restoration for the benefit of the tourist crowd. Betsy and I spent a wild and crazy time after dinner with some of our tour mates on the streets of Kinsale. I'm afraid we are getting a reputation as being a bit ...
... and another 30 minutes to the cliffs of Mohr.
At the cliffs i went for a walk up one side, took some pictures, then went and walked up the other side, saw the ruin castle like thing and then came down and had a look at the gift shop. I also picked up lunch in the cafe. We did not have much time here, so a lot was crammed in. The cliffs were great and i took a lot of pictures, but soon we had to be back on the coach. Still we ...
... Broghill, who succeeded in breaking the tower walls. However, when his men entered the keep, he found only two old retainers, the main garrison had fled by the underground caves situated below the battlements known as the Badgers Caves taking all the gold with them. Legend has it that there are three passages, one to Cork, one to the lake and one seemingly to Kerry. (The sign noting this also added a p.s. reminding the reader that they were in Blarney.)
We then ...