The Roundabout Inn
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... we all do for that matter. After one bite, we all look disheartened and disappointed. It's just not the same. The guacamole, despite being made exactly the way we make it in the States, tastes different. The salsa is sweet, and so are the chips. Our much anticipated Mexican feast is very underwhelming and no one finishes their plates. We console ourselves with a pint of good Irish Stout and curl up on the couch and watch the next segment of Harry Potter, glasses and wands in tow.
Friday was the first gorgeous day out! it was so sunny and perfect temperature, everyone was out and about. Pretty sure everyone took off of work to enjoy the first nice day. That was the first of many beautiful days here. We started the day at a little cafe across from the hotel called Serendipity. It was a cute little place, I ordered pancakes thinking they would be like the ones from home but they we're just crepes so I was a little disappointed. It was still nice to go out ...
... comes in very handy not 5 mins later when we are asked by some local patron where we had come from. I walk towards the map with the confident swagger of the superhero who is about to reveal his supernatural powers and extend my right index out and upwards landing on a point at latitude 55.6761° N, longitude 12.5683° E....I let my digit rest on that point of the map for just the right passage of time and say "Copenhagen"..... I let those 4 syllables flow out across 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.
... our mouths our tongues shall sing aloud its praise."
On the floor just before the balcony, you get a chance to ring the Bells. There are a list of songs you can play including "Amazing Grace," "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," "The Bells of Shandon," and many others. The disent to the balcony is not for the faint of heart, you have to duck under pillars and walk almsot directly under the bells ...