Harbour View Apartments

Address: Baltimore, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in Baltimore, is near Fitzgerald Park, Skibbereen Heritage Centre, Sherkin Island, and Cape Clear Island.
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      Travel Blogs from Baltimore

      KILLARNEY/BALTIMORE

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 02, 2014

      35 photos

      ... huge leaves, magnolias, every shrub we have was there. Griselinias everywhere - they're a weed says the gardener, he was collecting seeds. Then to finish, the scented walled garden with the clock tower built into it. It is managed but the OPW (Office of Public Works). 3pm we crossed back over. The seals, we don't have spotted seals? They do here. Very complacent too. Have googled, don't what they're doing there, they like ice floes!!! Bantry Bay. Beautiful. Prosperous, ...

      Yesterday/ Today

      A travel blog entry by lessaustin on Aug 02, 2013

      3 photos

      ... with a grand view. I had the lamb, a cider, wine, and sticky toffee pudding for dessert. The evening was clear enough for a couple outside pictures. Today we are hitching a ride back into Killarney. Tara is doing the cycle up to the high spot on the Coologes Mountains and she will likely be at Ross Villa when we get there. It rained briefly this morning but the sky is deceivingly clear at the ...

      Wide Campervan, Narrow Roads

      A travel blog entry by melindam on Jun 09, 2010

      2 comments, 25 photos

      Our campervan is about seven feet wide and twenty-two feet long. It's a pleasant size for cooking, eating, and sleeping. But it is WAY too big for Irish roads!

      The N roads usually have a white stripe down the center and two lanes, each about eight feet wide. But the growth covering the rock walls along the sides of the road makes the lane appear narrower. When another campervan, ...

      21, SURPRISE.

      A travel blog entry by posullivan09 on Jan 12, 2010

      6 comments

      ... s so crazy that the ice/snow causes so many problems here where as the same amount of ice/snow at home would be absolutely nothing.

      So that was pretty much my weekend of awesomeness. Oh, well not all awesomeness, my car was stolen on the night of my birthday, so no more Alfonzo. Which really really sucks. I liked that car. But I guess there is nothing I can do about it. And now we have no running water in my apartment which is very annoying.
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      Kenmare and the Ring of Kerry

      A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Jul 25, 2009

      12 photos

      ... to Derrynane House, the country estate of Daniel O’Connell, "the Liberator." He served as a voice for the independence of Catholic Ireland from the time of the Act of Union with England in 1800. Even when he was arrested, he held fast to the principle of nonviolent noncooperation, because he had experienced the French Revolution and the associated violence that did not accomplish its ends. The first Catholic member of Parliament, ...