The Blue Horizon Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Blue Horizon Bed & Breakfast Kinsale
Comfortable but the rooms are a little dated. Very friendly staff
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... of British domination. The big war of 1601 was an attempt to join forces with the Spanish to gain freedom. In the 1916 Easter Rebellion, many more Irish banded together with the Irish Republican Brotherhood to fight the British. This group later morphed into the Irish Republican Army to continue the fight against England. But, as The Wind that Shakes the Barley points out, when the Anglo-Irish ...
... bright and beautiful in the midday sun. Arrived at our accomodation to what can only be described as a circus. A wedding party had arrived for their reception at the same time that Bruce Springsteen was trying to exit the building to go to his concert in Cork. So there we were with the bright blue triumph stag convertible adorned with wedding ribbon, people from the wedding milling about in their gladrags having a fag, with kids on ...
... to cork. unfortuantely, as we've already realized, I am terrible at getting around dublin. I ended up walking to the opposite side of the city (heuston st, for those of you that know the area) and walking back. I found the bus station 2 hours later, conveniently 15 minutes before the next bus was to arrive!(God is amazing, yup) the annoying things with buses is that they never tell you where they are when they stop, they just expect you to know - is it the same back ...
... lovely countryside, through the Jack Lynch Tunnel which connects the island of Cobh to the rest of Cork, and past the Fota Island Wildlife Park and Resort. It may have been my imagination, but I'm pretty sure I saw some monkeys swinging from the trees... When we arrived to Kinsale the beautiful and well kept town immediately drew me in. Our rooms in the Trident had huge windows overlooking the port where hundreds of sailing and fishing boats speckled the water. Upon arrival we had ...
... me and I forgot about the trip.
The following week I got an e@mail saying if I was still interested that the trip was leaving on 21st.
This date suited me so I said I would call down to meet him and see the boat in Kinsale but the owner replied saying he was living in Leitrim so that was out.
I am always interested in meeting the skipper beforehand on these type of trips and having a good look at the ...