- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... love it here- its kinda like a thick butternut squash soup and its the best thing ever) and a sandwich. We stopped in Penney's where I grabbed a workout towel since you are required to bring one to the gym here and I would prefer if my hand towel didn't also double for wiping down machines. We also stopped in a used bookstore where we picked up 3 books for the 3 for 5 euro deal since we will be taking a lot of trains, buses, and planes this semester.
We decided to check when ...
... beer. Near to Reginald's Tower is the Waterford Crystal Visitor's Center. We took the tour through the factory watching the glass blowers and the various craftsmen etching the beautiful crystal. I don't Believe there was much in my price range, but it was interesting and time well spent. Nearby was the beautiful. Christ Church Cathedral, a Protestant cathedral with 18th century Georgian architecture. ...
... lot and prepay for two hours. We are able to get on the next tour so only have to wait about 15 minutes before it starts. There are some UCF fans in our group but their clothing is not as obvious as the Penn Staters. We have found more of those as well. Jen and I have definitely brought the wrong clothes. It seems that our whole wardrobe should have been PSU gear and we should proudly display it. Which, of course, is ...
... and gourmet food and festivals. Blarney tower house with the fort was built by McCarthy in 15C, castle was lost to Cromwell in 1649, and a few more fights between the Irish, the British and the various clans then owned by the Jeffereys, now owned by Coulthurst, with a manor built adjacent. The stone is not part of the Scottish stone of destiny, only a myth. The stone legend is that you kiss and become eloquent. Pay €12 walk through the gardens 45 mins up/down ...
Two life long dreams fulfilled today!
Left Bandon after a lovely breakfast at our B & B - drove to Cork. Tried to find a Protestant church to attend a Good Friday Service - but a very Catholic area obviously. Visited two Cathedrals - beautiful - both undertaking Stations of The Cross at midday. Walked on to a third cathedral - Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral - entered to a service just beginning and ...