Robin Hill Guesthouse
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Travel Blogs from Cobh
... of wrong turns but arrived at Elmville B & B around 11.30 am. Unfortunately Olive at Elmville B & B only had Geoff's booking. Fortunately, though, she had a spare room (with a share bathroom) and Geoff and Ros kindly opted to take that one. We walked into Cobh and our first stop was at the museum. Then we moved on to the centre of the town where a huge crowd of people had gathered for the official ...
... ate a delicious lunch at a cute little café. The whole town is perched on a hill so after lunch we ventured up to see what it was like. We found a BEAUTIFUL old church. It was all stone and had huge stained glass windows. Being up on the hill also gave us an amazing view of the ocean. We walked our way back down a road of colorful houses and to the train station. It was a nice relaxing day trip, glad we went. ...
Today we visited Cobh, Ireland which is pronounced Cove. It is hard to believe that this is the 29th and last city we have visited in Europe. Time does go by so fast. Cobh is the port city for Cork. It is a quaint town with multi colored cottages running up steep hills. We took a three hour walk around town, visiting ...
... time to bring it in). And the lighthouse there. The lighthouse that would have been the last thing people who were on the Titanic saw as they left the final stop. And you can still see it. And people who had relatives on that ship can still see it. The only point that both land a sea goer could have seen. That amazes me. Lisa ...
... which is very quaint lots of cafes and restaurants and gift and craft shops. Great fast wifi in the Titanic Bar over a cold drink then a quick look at the craft stalls in the old railway station right next to the ship which is also home to the Queenstown experience about the days of Transatlantic passages and of course the Titanic's last stop. We bought a couple of Christmas gifts from one of the stalls and back ...