The Hotel at the Blarney Golf Resort
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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Lovely room and excellent accommodation.
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By 8.00am we were on the road, this is a very punctual group! Our visit stop was the National Horse Stud and Japanese Garden. Set in beautiful surroundings, this stud is owned and run by the government of Ireland but also a gusts and trains private horses. Craig was very excited to see Vintage Crop, the first international horse to win the …
Davmar Country House B&B is where we are tonight. A nice home, cluttered like a house should be, run by a nice lady who hasn't checked her hair in a mirror since high school. There is a taxi parked out front that we think she might drive for her "day job." Our room is very nice with a huge shower that Dayna fell in love with, for whatever reason.
Tomorrow, we explore Cork.
... Cobh Heritage Center in Cobh. The city was originally called Cove, then later changed to Queensland when Queen Victoria came, then was changed back to the Irish name for cove, cobh, in 1923 when Ireland regained control. This was the first place that Queen Victoria came to when first arriving in Ireland. This was the site of the last docking of the Titanic before it headed out across the Atlantic. It was also the site ...
... they even warmed it up for us. SO GOOD! We went on the tour and it started to pour while we were watching the beginning movie so the tour guide offered us ponchos to wear on top of our jackets, so we all took them. Well when we went back outside….it was sunny out and not raining. So then we all looked stupid wearing the ponchos but luckily it started to rain a little bit later on the tour so it came in handy for a little bit. At the end ...
... I reached about five inches above the actual stone!...close enough for me! Got a picture of Jim kissing the stone...then he bought their copy too! (so unlike him!). We ate in the cafe near the woolen mills. Back on the bus. Guess we drove through the Kerry mountains and ended in Killarney for two nights! I'll write about tonight's dinner...supposed to be a bit different. It'll be at a traditional Irish ...