The Roundabout Inn
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... group had come up together but the views were nice and we just took lots of selfies to pass the time.
The actual Blarney stone is about three or so stories up on the top of a castle. The stone is a particular block in the ramparts that you kiss by leaning out upside down from the walkway. There's iron grate underneath so you couldn't actually fall through, but pretty much nothing between you and the ground as you lean out and stretch to kiss it. ...
This morning we had 2 meetings, both including plant tours, at EMC and DePuy Johnson & Johnson. Both were interesting but as I seem to developed a head cold a bit hard to stay awake through. I came back to the hotel after the meeting to take a nap and had to miss the final meeting of the day with an economics professor at University College Cork because I was too nauseous for the bus ...
... on me and engage in an conversation, hah) but I don't think that's such a wise idea given the condition I find myself in.. I do feel a bit weird going to sleep so early and a little voice keeps nagging me "what will your roommates think?" but in the end, I doesn't matter anyway.
Speaking of roommates, in the bunkbed next to mine is a german girl which seemed rather nice. We talked a bit when she was here and she turned out to be very easy to talk to.Whereas the guy ...
... 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.
Lucky to hitch another ride with 3 Spanish girls who hired a rental car and were also going to Cork! Especially since today is Bank Holiday so the busses are much less frequent.
Stopped off at Kinsale a small town on the coast for lunch, went to the Charles Fort then an Irish Souvineer shop to buy some gifts for my family, before driving onwards to Cork itself.