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Travel Fever

corkairporthotel Acting on a tip from Mr. Mulley, I booked into the Cork International Airport Hotel since I’m off to Japan early tomorrow morning. It’s astonishing value for money at the moment (parking is also half the long-term airport parking price), and whatever some might think about the decor, it sure is fun.

Dinner was had at Cafe Paradiso, and once again it didn’t disappoint. Denis Cotter still has the best restaurant in Cork in my opinion,  and it made me happy to see it packed and buzzing. Anyone wanting to eat there should know they have cut back their lunch service in an effort to streamline. I hope that’s a temporary thing, since one would certainly hope that such quality is rewarded, no matter the economic climate. 

Next post from Tokyo!

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4 Responses to “Travel Fever”

  1. January 11th, 2009 at 10:48 pm

    Caroline@Bibliocook says:

    I’ve been to that hotel for coffee and was rather impressed with the design of the place! Hope you have a great time in Tokyo – I’m very jealous.

  2. January 12th, 2009 at 12:44 pm

    Irish Cottage Dreams says:

    Have a safe and happy trip :)

    ~Kimme

  3. January 19th, 2009 at 2:58 pm

    Pakistan travel says:

    You have got benefits for his ideas.

  4. April 23rd, 2009 at 5:12 pm

    phojes says:

    If you think thats good pricing, airport parking site’s website advertises spaces even cheaper than that. No restaurant though!!

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