|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$1 098.31|
|Pack of cigarettes||$12.88|
|One-way ticket (local transport)||$2.51|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$14.92|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||$2.16|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$5.42|
Travel to Blarney, a charming town of only about 2,000 residents, located just 5 miles away from Cork County, Ireland.
Tip: Blarney's star attraction is without fail it's Blarney Castle and Gardens and its Blarney Stone, found within Blarney Castle. Blarney Castle as we know it today was built in the mid 1400's, and now hosting well over 200,000 tourists yearly who come to see Blarney Castle. The castle itself has lovely grounds and lush green garden areas. The most important part of Blarney Castle is its famous Blarney Stone, which is said to give those who kiss it the gift of gab (and the ability to become a politician or a lady's man, with it.) People come from all over the world for the once in a lifetime experience to view the home of Cormac McCarthy and visit the illustrious Blarney stone. During the castle tour, they explain how each room was used in its time and you can walk up the four steep flights of stairs to kiss the stone.
Another 'must see' on any traveler's trip to Blarney is the Village Square, and serves as the center of the town of Blarney, a bustling city full of restaurants, taverns and pubs. The town itself was architecturally built in the Tudor style, and should definitely be walked through in order to better experience the small town feel.
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Tip: Blarney Wollen Mills can't be missed out on, and dates back to 1824, when it was one of the biggest craft stores in all of Ireland. Today, it's the largest Irish store in the world, and is full of discount, bargain and outlet stores, and tons of fine, Irish made linens and gifts to purchase. Most people go gaga for the woolen and linen goods, and end up spending hours upon hours in this 60,000 square foot shopper's paradise. From glass work to pottery to woolen goods, this is the ultimate Irish shopping spree.
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The Church of Ireland was renovated only a short time ago in 1996, and dates back to the late 1700's and is the oldest building still in use in the Village Square. There are excellent views to take advantage of here, and it's definitely worth your time to come and check out this religious, art and architectural heritage site.
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