Robin Hill Guesthouse
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... in WW I. It was also the port used by many folks immigrating to the Americas.
We picked up a port map at the pier and started walking. We passed a waterfront park that was dedicated to John F Kennedy in 1966, then we stopped at the 'Titanic Experience'. It is housed in the White Star Lines building and is focused on the passengers that got on or off the ship at this stop. 123 passengers boarded and 7 passengers disembarked with 1 crew ...
... It had to happen as we have had such a good run. It is meant to improve tomorrow and that will suit. Although we have the car I think we will take the train (yes one of the few Irish rail lines still operating) into Cork. It means we don't have to negotiate traffic or find a park and really it should be easier. I'll tell you tomorrow if it's a good idea or otherwise. Or perhaps I won't! Will it be 'blarney' or 'baloney'?
We said goodbye to our host, Donie, at Landfall B & B this morning. Donie was a hilarious host - with a joke every 10 seconds, it seemed. His wife, Margo, had left for Thailand on our first morning and Donie was left to look after us. Margo went to Thailand with her sister and cousin to meet up with her brother who lives in Perth and is turning 60. We set off for Cobh, travelling in tandem with Ros and Geoff. We made ...
Today Sarah, Christy, and I took a day trip to Cobh. It was about a half hour train ride away. The town has one of the biggest ports in the world and the Titanic once docked there. Apparently it used to be called Cove under British rule but they changed it to Cobh to sound more Irish even though Cobh doesn't even mean anything in Irish. Either way the town was really pretty! We walked along the strip by the ...
... the man wanted to show us the house he has built using scrap material from all over. It is really nice, actually palatial. I realized it best to just go along and enjoy the tour. Our guide wasn't so accommodating. True to form, he told the man that we had a long day so we were wanting to get away early. I could have told him to forget that. We did the tour and finally hit the ...