Robin Hill Guesthouse
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We had a lovely breakfast this morning (scrambled eggs with Irish smoked salmon for me and egg, bacon, sausage and tomato for Kent - he said 'no' to the black pudding). We left the B & B around 9.15 pm and headed to Cork to meet up with Heather and Ern at the Clarion Hotel. We got to Cork without too much trouble, but it was a sheer fluke that we saw the Clarion Hotel on the quay and headed for it. They arrived yesterday. We set off for Cobh and the journey ...
... in 1915, after being hit by a German torpedo. Nearly 1200 people were killed.
From there we went to a large hotel for lunch. While we were eating we were entertained by musicians. There were also two young girls who did a couple of Irish dances. As soon as we finished lunch we went straight to Blarney Castle and the Woollen mill, which is said to be the largest Irish shop in the World.
Ok kids …your father has really lost the ...
... a fake Dame Edna Everage model and several Australian stuffed animals. We decided to make a quick trip into Cork to have a look at the town before return back to Cobh for the remainder of the afternoon. Cork began as a settlement near the mouth of the River Lee. Over the years the settlement was attacked and burned several times by Vikings, who also later came back to settle and trade. After getting off the train we wandered into the centre of town and had a look at the ...
Today is Saturday and we are in Cobh (pronounced Cove), Ireland. We have been here before and particularly remember the warm welcome we received several years ago, a welcome which started e-mail communication between me and the Lord Mayor of Cobh, a woman by the name of Deirdre Clune.
That time we were on-board the Constellation which is a sister ship to the Infinity. The welcome we received from the people of Cobh ...
... We met up with Paddy at Jack O'Doyles Pub and he bought us each a pint(at 11am). We drove him around and he showed us the farm that his family used to own, and the infamous "Paddy Kidney's Corner" which is an intersection in town where the farm was. After dropping him off we visited the Titanic Museum and grabbed some sandwiches from lunch before heading back to Cork City for the night. It was definitely a successful and fun few ...