Travelodge Cork Airport
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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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 …
... breathing and a few squeaks that escaped my mouth. Then I had to get down the hundred steps, phew thank goodness the stairs down were much wider and had a sturdy metal rail. After a look around the castle and gardens we headed to our b&b in Cork, so elegant. It made you feel like a refined lady just sitting on the gorgeous chaise lounge in the sitting room. Very corny ...
... a big kid so I can stop living off my travel supply. Anyways, after the grocery and hanging out for a bit a few of us headed over to our first class, Traditional Irish Music. we got there 5 minutes early and still had to sit in front. Our teacher is an older woman who is actually very sweet and very very passionate about the harp (official symbol of Ireland). ...
... in neat rows, are fertilized, have a uniformity of size and color. For those not aware, fly low over Louisiana today and you will see tens of thousands of acres planted in just such a fashion, in rows like corn stalks in a corn field. It's a business and to maximize profit that's how it's done.
Back to the roundabout story. Ran into this, the one and only locked-up roundabout in almost three weeks on English and Irish roads. This was about a ...
... heading south west, Dublin being on the east coast of Ireland. We arrived in Cork about three hours later where we boarded our own yellow bus and explored the city. On the river Lee, Cork, founded in 1185, is the third largest city in Ireland after Dublin and Belfast. We saw the farmers market and the famous Blarney Castle, built in the 12th century. Peg climbed the 100 steps ...