West Cork Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... because I find once I start shopping I can’t stop. That’s why my pantry is generally so full.
So our ‘Titanic’ walking tour was interesting – except that I think we may have actually been on the wrong tour as the guide spent a lot more time discussing the sinking of the RMS Lusitania and general facts about Cobh. Still interesting but not really what we signed up for. Also, we didn’t finish in the ...
... locals and tourists. We then drove over Conor Pass - a little hairy in places. Luckily we were on the cliff side, so when we came across another car coming the other way, they had to back up to a leeway in the mountainside for us to pass! No buses or larger vehicles can go over this pass, because it is narrow and because of the rock overhangs on the road. Back to Muckross for a little Nanna ...
... pick up provisions. Elizabeth is going to make Greek chicken, with rice and a Greek salad. Julian is rather obnoxious in the store and Elizabeth completely forgets several key ingredients. As we drive away she remembers we didn't get everything and as we drive pass SuperValu we opt to stop. By the time we get home it's past 6. Elizabeth quickly puts the chicken in the oven and tries to catch up on housework before Chris gets home and it's time to ...
... before heading into Kilarney township. Quite a nice feel to it but the Main Street is all souvenir shops, pubs and restaurants. That said is is quite quaint and of course the people are friendly. Carol has her Guinness and we both had soup for lunch. Then off to Cork and for our overnight stay the The Butter Market House B and B. Up unitl now I have been going well with my accommodation choices. This one, whilst clean does not ...
... Turns out most come here to improve their spoken English. English is the language of business and to get a good job most anywhere, you have to know English. Most of the HelpXers here have been here several months. They get hired after a while if they work out. Everyone is nice but trying to figure out the flow of things was confusing because everyone is busy. We finally have things worked out but are looking forward to moving on. We worked a ...