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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Mentor's Moreks and the Blarney Stone


“Today we took a walking tour of Kinsale, a lovely seaside town,” writes Debra Fitzgerald. “We have the most delightful group of people.”
We're sharing this blog with the tour she and husband Tom are escorting in western Ireland. They're the same folks who operate Fitgerald's Irish Bed & Breakfast in Painesville.
Seven members of the Morek family of Mentor are among the 36 folks now traveling in western Ireland with the Fitzgeralds. In this photo the Moreks are seen in front of Blarney Castle.
After passing through the town of Clonakilty everyone had the opportunity to kiss the famed Blarney Stone — called the stone of eloquence.

The lushness of the landscape is apparent in this photo of Bantry Bay, where the group just spent two nights at the most southern point in Ireland.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Auckland property manager said...

It seems you have a good time in the trip,that's wonderful,congratulations!

October 19, 2009 at 2:23 AM 

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