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... Each person who attends the museum is given a ticket representing one of the 123 passengers that boarded the Titanic in Cobh. Vivian was Julia Barry, a 23-year-old housekeeper; Tom was Thomas McCormack, a 19-year-old bartender. Both were passengers in 3rd Class. After seeing the actual dock where passengers embarked on the voyage and replicas of 3rd Class and 1st Class accommodations, we watched a video reenactment of the sinking. We then went to an interactive exhibit ...
... I visited. After climbing up the steep staircase we reached the stone, it was kissing time. I wasn't sure I could even bend over backwards that far. After the kiss, wandered around the castle grounds visiting the poison garden and fern garden and waterfall.
After Blarney, we headed back to Cork to look around the English Market and ended up at the Mutton Lane Inn for a beer. We also noticed there were interesting vending machine items in both ...
... there were alot of us, and it was actually very interesting! The professor has a very strong Irish accent, so it was hard to understand him at times, but it wasn't too bad after a while because I got used to it. Going in I didn't know exactly what Folklore was, but basically it's the "doings and sayings of the ordinary people." It seems like it's going to be a very cool class talking about all of the traditions and festivals of Ireland, which is really cool :) ...
... lovely countryside, through the Jack Lynch Tunnel which connects the island of Cobh to the rest of Cork, and past the Fota Island Wildlife Park and Resort. It may have been my imagination, but I'm pretty sure I saw some monkeys swinging from the trees... When we arrived to Kinsale the beautiful and well kept town immediately drew me in. Our rooms in the Trident had huge windows overlooking the port where hundreds of sailing and fishing boats speckled the water. Upon arrival we had ...
... in case it wasn't up to scratch.
I remember going to see a yacht in Futurentura a few years ago that was on route to the Caribbean and looking for crew only to discover that there was sellotape around port holes and very flimsy rigging,so I decided against that one.
I contacted the owner Hugh again and said I would like to meet him.He said that he was travelling down on the Thursday and I ...
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