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... at the ceremony.
Almost next to the Titanic memorial, there is a memorial to the Lusitania. This particular memorial is dedicated to the people who lost their lives when the ship was torpedoed and subsequently sunk just off the coast in 1915. Many of the survivors as well as the victims were bought to Cobh.
Lunch was once again had a local pub and once again the food and service was lovely. Everyone was very obliging ...
... I have experienced this in Cobh and it was a memorable moment.
As the ship turned on its way to the Irish Sea, we saw the Irish Naval base (no ships at home) and a sailboat followed us for some time waving goodbye.
I have decided that the little town of Cobh is one of my favourite places to visit. It reminds me of the Irish saying, "You're as welcome as the flowers in May."
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Unfortunately Alistair could not make it to Cobh for the presentation last Friday but if I told you that he was a town behind me and would make it there by Saturday maybe you would believe me?
I really enjoyed the cycle adventure and from the reaction I have seen, many folks enjoyed reading the blog - who knows I might be persuaded to write a longer version of events in print one day......watch out Bill Bryson!
Life moves ...
... shoulder in most parts sufficient for comfortable riding save for the odd mad farmer roaring up behind you in his John Deer with his bounty of freshly bailed straw Swiss-rolls that have been stacked onto a burdened trailer, the golden rolls sticking out too wide into your own lane. The day was defying the forecasts and the sun kept shining as we made great time to reach the county boundary in to Cork just east of Youghal town by midday. We decided that we had enough time to stop for ...
We were rockin' and rollin’ last night from midnight to 6am but we arrived right on time in Cobh, the sea port town serving Cork and Southern Ireland. The rough seas really didn’t bother us that much during the night, though; fortunately, neither of us is prone to sea sickness
Cork is the second largest city in the republic of Ireland with a population of about 150,000. We were hoping for ...