Cork, a “beautiful seaside city” in southern Ireland, is a “very accommodating” place where people are consistently “friendly and helpful.” The “walkable town” is framed by “grand scenery” and offers bountiful pubs, music, and history. In “quaint, lovely” Cork, there’s “always something to see and participate in, no matter what time of year.” After all, it’s a “warm city—like a beautiful gem.”

Those “quotations marks” make Condé Nast’s rating of Cork as “20th friendliest city in the world” sound “suitably sarcastic”.

Further discrediting: Dublin is 13th, while Deliverance Country itself, Kilkenny, is ninth

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