The Roundabout Inn
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... Irish band playing the violin while drinking a few Irish beers. Hearing our familiar accent, a fellow Canadian joins us for our last beer. We have a few laughs and even if last call was at 12:30, I manage to get my new friend and I one last Guinness. I explain to the barman that in Montreal, bars close at 3am. I think my accent and its charm worked again. I often get made fun of with my dialect, but sometimes it pays off! P.S. Countdown at 22 ...
... day long, people walking all around the city, vendors on the streets, food stands set up, I have never seen it that packed before or that nice out. However, we walked through but we went to Blarney castle because that was one of the only definite nice days out and might as well use it all up. That night Tara, Hannah and I went out to the bars and pubs and met up with my other friend, that was a good time we ended up in a place where ...
... after our experience with Typhoid Mary in the restaurant in Portmagee! It was a shame that we had wasted a good 45 minutes standing in line, but everybody was good natured about it. So instead of making the trek to the top of the castle we explored the gardens for awhile. They are very beautiful and include a poison garden which is really interesting. We ate lunch in one of the little pubs in the town center and then hit the road for the ...
... to Mallow in Cork. Mallow is not big on the Irish circuit. Landlady in Dingle commented, " not touristing then".
The thing is, the hotel is in a village called Newtwopothouse, so what can you do but stay there.
Mallow does have a castle, some gardens and an excellent converted 18th century house hotel where we are enjoying a rest from the road.
Tomorrow we will view the delights of Mallow and head for Waterford.
... I kissed the Blarney Stone. My wobbly legs and shaking hands headed to the nearest pub for a cold stout.
Blarney can be credited to Queen Elizabeth when she could not reach an agreement with the Irish clan of the MacCarthys when she attempted to persuade the clan to surrender the castle to the English. She exclaimed "This is just blarney"! It is said if you kiss the stone you ...