Lap Dancing Clubs in Co Cork
Right on the south coast of Ireland (about parallel with Wales) is Co Cork in the traditional region of Munster, and is sometimes called the ‘real capital of Ireland’-although we need confirmation of that! The city of Cork is a busy ferry port with links to France and the west coast of England as well as north to the capital Dublin.
It’s home to the famous Blarney Stone which it’s said to gain anyone who kisses it good luck, millions of people must believe it though because they’ve done it! Easier said than done since it involves someone holding your ankles and dangling you over a parapet. Feeling lucky?
With all that good luck running for you you may want a drink or some night life to take the edge off, the county is packed with one off country pubs but there are two great strip clubs in Cork both on Leitrim Street in the city centre just off the River Lee, they are called Secrets Gentlemans Club and The Great Escape. Well worth a visit if you are in the south part of Ireland.
Goes without saying that a brace of clubs in such a rural part of the country is good going, compared to most places in the south of England and Wales which have very few or none.
Other larger towns in Co Cork include Cobh, Kinsale, Youghal, Bantry along the coastline, and Macroom, Mallow and Mitcheltown further in land. Its the biggest county in the country going by land area and it has over half a million people living in it.
The local economy is mostly pharmaceutical and medical production with the rest coming from tourism, shopping and services.
Cobh was the last stop of the SS Titanic on its fateful cruise into the Atlantic, but hopefully your trip will go better than that!