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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhite Lady Hotel Kinsale
Kinsale is small, so everything is within walking distance. Although this hotel is a little off the main drag, it is a five minute walk for a really nice room, a great breakfast and convenient nighttime entertainment on street level in the pub.
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... our way around to try and find it. When we found it they had a car park so we didn't have to look for parking on the street. When we finally parked at The Presbetery I had earned that first Guinness of the day.
The B and B itself is beautiful. The room is the best we have had so far, by far, and it has a wonderful feel to it. The house was built in 1750 and it is simply charming. Kinsale itself is a small, fishing type village, very picturesque, on ...
... 1600s on 12 acres of land. It was massive. The fort has a very long history, again, too much to list here, so I suggest looking it up on Google. I was able to get a lot of good pictures from there, but again, they don’t do the place true justice.
We finally got out of the fort a bit before 4:00 PM. Because of the late hour, we decided to skip going into Cork and headed back towards the farm house. During the ride, we felt that we haven’t spent enough time in ...
... for a little bit and let our food digest, while also waiting for our check... it's takes the Irish 500 years to bring the check, so you have to be patient haha. Finally, we had a quick bathroom break, and were ready to explore again! After lunch we headed out to the center of town (which wasn't very far because it's small!) We walked around a bit and found a lot of colorful buildings, and one street in particular with extremely colorful buildings, literally neon-like colors! It ...
This week. Dan and Iona left for their rock climbing trip while I was left in Cork with Dan's friend Aaron.
Aaron and I saw the new James Bond movie this week. It was not my favorite version of all the James Bond saga but it was OK.
We went to see the Lord's of Straut. It was a form of commady. The act was they were brothers trying to be famous by putting on a preformance. However due to one of the brother's screw ups it consetently annoyed the ...
... Just a very typical miserable Irish day.
*these photos are in next entry
Interestingly though, Harry Potter was filmed there. Some of it anyway. I knew the Cliffs of Insanity in the Princess Bride were the Cliffs of Moher, but look out in Harry Potter now for some Cliffs because they were the Cliffs of Moher. Apparently it might of been in the last movie?? Unsure. Anyway. Await photos x
Ps. Headed off after the Cliffs to Galway