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A. Mark advises Diana to stay in Cork for two nights.
B. If you kiss the Blarney Stone, you’ll be able to express your thoughts clearly and fluently.
C. Diana can spend two or three nights at a comfortable hotel in Killarney.
D. The Ring of Kerry is the most spectacular mountain road in Ireland.
E. The Ring of Kerry is about two hundred miles altogether.
F. Westport is famous for some of the best crystal in the world.
G. The Crystal Factory is open to the public.
A. Mark advises Diana to stay in Cork for two nights. FALSE
B. If you kiss the Blarney Stone, you’ll be able to express your thoughts clearly and fluently. TRUE
C. Diana can spend two or three nights at a comfortable hotel in Killarney. NOT STATED
D. The Ring of Kerry is the most spectacular mountain road in Ireland. FALSE
E. The Ring of Kerry is about two hundred miles altogether. FALSE
F. Westport is famous for some of the best crystal in the world. FALSE
G. The Crystal Factory is open to the public. TRUE
Mark: So Diana, you are flying to Cork, aren’t you?
Diana: Yeah, right. We already have a hotel booked for Monday night. Then we pick up our hire car on Tuesday morning.
Mark: Well, Cork itself is worth looking around but personally I wouldn’t stay there too long if I were you. I’d head straight for the lakes for the second night — it’s a beautiful drive through the mountains, and you can stop at Blarney Castle, and, you know, kiss the Blarney Stone.
Diana: Kiss the Blarney Stone?
Mark: Yes, it’s a tradition. If you kiss the Blarney Stone, you get the Irish gift of eloquence. You know, we are very famous for our eloquence and ability to talk. So, that’s what you have to do.
Diana: Right, we’ll definitely kiss the Blarney Stone! And can we stay there — at Blarney Castle. I mean?
Mark: Well, there’s not really much there. I’d recommend that you go on to Killarney — it’s right in the middle of the Lakes. You could spend two or three nights there easily, just driving round. There’s so much beautiful scenery to see — the lakes and the mountains. You’ll love it.
Diana: Right … Killarney … that’s here … and do you recommend anywhere special to visit while we’re there?
Mark: Well, you’ve got to see the Ring of Kerry — it’s the most spectacular coastline in the whole Ireland, I would say. You just drive along the coast road through places like Killorglin and Dingle Bay. There are a lot of beautiful spots where you can stop.
Diana: So, how long do you think that would take?
Mark: Oh, you could do it in a day. I think it’s about a hundred miles altogether.
Diana: And where do you think we should head after that?
Mark: Well, you could drive up to Westport. Or if you don’t want to go far north, you could drive across to Waterford here on the south coast.
Diana: Isn’t that the place where they make glass?
Mark: That’s right. They make some of the best crystal in the world — Waterford crystal. You can visit the factory there. It’s quite interesting.
Diana: Is it a pretty place?
Mark: Yes, it’s quite nice. You could stay there overnight, and then it’s the most wonderful drive back from Waterford to Cork, along the coast road … and that takes you back to where you started.
Diana: Great! Thank you very much for your help.