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Hi-bi

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Blarney Castle Day Trip from Dublin
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Blarney Castle Day Trip from Dublin

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Beyond Dublin, Ireland offers enchanting castles, ruins, and other notable landmarks, and on this day trip, you’ll see three of the country’s most popular highlights. Don’t worry about arranging trains or navigating the countryside yourself; an air-conditioned coach makes it simple to discover Blarney Castle (and the famous Blarney Stone), Cahir Castle, and the Rock of Cashel in a single day.
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KellyRSanDiego wrote a review Mar 2020
San Diego, California25 contributions23 helpful votes
Upon entering this pub, I got an immediate vibe that I wasn't welcome, I was on the receiving end of a packed room of questioning stares. In the next moment, two very elderly and pretty smelly fellows began chatting with me. I was surprised they very adversarial in their remarks and it was very clear I wasn't welcome. I left immediately. I found a great pub around the corner, "The Poor Relation." I was chatting with a local and mentioned my experience earlier that evening. She said that pub is very "cliquey," so really just the approved group is welcome there. After reading the other 1 star reviews, I feel fortunate it wasn't worse. So let me save you a cringe-worthy experience: DO NOT SET FOOT IN THIS PLACE.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Salah-Abulaban wrote a review Feb 2020
Bethlehem, Palestinian Territories67 contributions71 helpful votes
A very nice place to hang around in Cork It has its own Spirit, very old. And very authentic you could feel the real Irish Traditional lifestyle in this place
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Hayley O B wrote a review Jan 2020
County Cork, Ireland16 contributions17 helpful votes
You can’t say you’ve been to Cork City unless you’ve made it to the true heart of Cark.. The Hi Bi Bar. Paul the man the ledgebag and he’s quite the historian.. this is always my first stop!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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triciaw1971 wrote a review Nov 2019
Cork, Ireland7 contributions3 helpful votes
I have been a hi be customer for the last 20 yrs we might not be regular but consistent. Old friends and regular have past away but their memory has lived on.... until tonight a barman full of his own self importance decided to provide the entertainment whether we wanted or not... peoolewereht allowed have a conversation as we were forced to listen to this gobshite, avoid at all costs..
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Date of experience: November 2019
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suzette704 wrote a review Jun 2019
111 contributions33 helpful votes
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This place is a truly a hidden treasure ♥️ I highly recommend you come here relax and enjoy the atmosphere, people, the show , music is absolutely priceless. You will meet some very interesting people the love ♥️ they have for HI B is real ‼️it’s truly a classic‼️ This place is 💲cash only 💲so come prepared to stay and drink all night😎 No cell phones allowed‼️
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Date of experience: June 2019
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