The Viaduct Inn, Cork

It has been a while since I posted anything so it’s time I started again. Jean treated me to lunch last Friday. We were on our way to West Cork after my latest accupuncture session. We stopped at the Viaduct Inn just minutes from Bishopstown, Cork. Click HERE to view their website. The food was lovely. Jean had a Spiced Beef Enchilada and I had Roast Beef. Access to the building is good. Disabled toilet facilities were poorly marked as was the designated disabled parking space, yes – one single space. The car occupyimg the space did not have a badge on display. The access ramp from the car park was clearly marked like a yellow box junction but on exiting the building we discovered some genius in a new white jeep had totally blocked it. It was obviuosly too far for the driver to walk another 20 feet from an available parking spot. You all know this person, his/her time is more valuable than ours and will only be a minute or two. Yeah! Right. Stupidity is not a disability. Management cannot  be held responsible for thoughtless and reckless patrons but could clearly do more in this instance

We continued West to meet a man by the name of Christy O’Sullivan and after only a short few minutes talking he pointed out that we were distant cousins and could trace part of our family tree back to the 1700’s. More work to be done there

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