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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 ...
... Center shows the history of Cobh from when it was originally named Cobh, through the period it was renamed Queenstown and ultimately renamed Cobh. Of interest is the fact that the Titanic's last port stop before trying to cross the Atlantic was in Cobh. Good that it did stop here, otherwise Cobh wouldn't have the current tourist business.
Dinner and to bed. Long drive tomorrow.
... three and a half hours from Dublin (Hobart). It is so gorgeous though! I saw the wharf where people walked onto the carrier boats to take them to the titanic. And the White Star Line office. But the thing that got me was further along out of town. A view of where the Titanic would have been moored (the harbour was too shallow ...
... It's located right on the ocean and has a beautiful port with sailboats, cute shops, and cafes. We enjoyed sandwiches and hot drinks at a small cafe called the Poet's Corner and talked to some more locals. We left Kinsale in the afternoon to head to Cobh where we stayed the night. From Kinsale to Cobh we took a 2 minute car ferry across the water that saved us about an hour in driving time! We briefly visited the Cobh ...
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