Walter Raleigh Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and finally took off. There was a lot of turbulence from the storms when we first got in the air and when we were landing, but other than that the flight was good.
We landed at the airport at about 5:40 am. SOO EARLY!! and I didn't sleep on the plane at all so I was exhausted, but then we had to wait in a two hour line to go through immigration, then grab our bags and take a 2 hour bus ride ...
... t kiss the stone already has the gift of eloquence. In the evening we enjoyed a pint in one of the fine pubs of Cork City. We had Mexican food for dinner, and then headed back to the same pub for an other pint and to enjoy a little Irish music and to watch a lady step dance to a jig. Today we are off to Killarney to get our ...
Today was our first day to just kind of chill and relax! I slept in until noon and felt much better when I woke up! Apparently they don't have grape jelly here (sigh), so I had a peanut butter and strawberry jelly sandwich. It wasn't too bad! I looked out the window and it was raining again.. yayyy. So, I geared up with my raincoat and umbrella and my friends and I walked into the city again. ...
... be found) so I decided to embrace an exotic culture and ate a falafel. There was a big rugby game against the English so we went to a pub and watched it with all the crazy fans. I got to meet some nice sailors and I caught a leprechaun! After that we went to out friend’s pub and enjoyed more paddy’s day festivities J
Sunday: It was too nice to stay inside and do work so I went for a lovely walk in the ...
... was very nice and then we went to see the city. This took about 2 hours by foot… Cork is not very large at all. The highlights include a nice shopping district, and many war memorials, where we looked for Meades and Murphys . Out of the estimated 60 people from Cork that fought in a war, we only found 1 Murphy and sadly no Meades, despite the name’s roots. From there we went back to our hostel to cook some pasta in our ridiculously large and well-equipped ...