The Roundabout Inn

Mallow, County Cork, Ireland | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Mallow

Day 1: I Could Do With Some Sleep...

A travel blog entry by lari

... to drink in the hostel kitchen upstairs. So that was very nice and also, on top of that, he gave it to me for free :)

At around 8:00 I took off and went to stroll around the city for a bit. I'll post some picture once I get to it (as in, once I am back home and have access to my macbook again). Cork seems nice. It's not clean, it's not big, it's not chaotic or beautiful in any sense of the word. It's just a small town with lots of dirt, stink but also very nice ...

St. Paddy's Day

A travel blog entry by apguastaferro

... centre. I am not really sure what I expected from the parade, but it was most certainly not what the reality was. There wasn't as much celebrating of St. Patrick and Ireland as there was of random floats, but it was still a really fun experience. After the parade finished we headed back to the dorms and took power naps before getting ready to go out. When we were finally recharged we finished all of the drinks we bought for the day and headed out. ...

Happenings in Southern Ireland

A travel blog entry by tomrohlf


... of the Blarney Stone.  Fable has it that anyone who kisses the Blarney Stone will be blessed with the ability to blarney (sweet talk) there way into or out of any situation. After swapping spit with everyone to kiss the stone in the past 500 years I couldn't help but wonder if I had just been blarneyed by the Blarney Stone itself. Irish Whiskey- When in Ireland one must drink two things, stout beer and Irish Whiskey. We visited the original Jameson Distillery located just outside ...

Cork Craic

A travel blog entry by sarahimray

... it for me. The stole had special meaning to me as my grandmother had a similar piece, and her family is from nearby Cork. And it really doesn't surprise me at all that such a freaky accessory was available near Cork as we met some 'fascinating' people in the local pub last night. Although at the end of the night it was us seven dancing in the streets to a busking banjo player, and chowing down on 'Tayto' chips at 3am in the morning in a foolish attempt ...

Titanic Trail - and a few thoughts

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


... is coming down a hill and seeing St Colman’s cathedral in front, what a great sight, it dominates the town and is really beautiful in a Gothic revival style. Some of the money to build the cathedral came from local subscriptions but nearly half came from benefactors and donations from emigrants – so much that it’s been known as the Emigrant’s Cathedral. They would go there for last blessings before setting sail from Queenstown ...

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