Travel Blogs from Cork
... yew tree. The rain lessens briefly and we walk quickly to the castle. Outside the castle wall is a long line, reminiscent of Disneyland queues. I investigate to see what the line is for: to kiss the stone, and if you just want to see the castle, you still have to wait in the queue. So, despite the rain, we wait in line, for over an hour. We slowly wind our way through the castle, up the stone spiral stairs. The higher we go the less excited I become. As we exit ...
... or patisseries with our coffees. This held water until I saw a Paradise slice! It was a case of Paradise Lost as far as I was concerned! "Roll out the barrel" will have a different connotation for me at the end of this trip! We continued on towards Cobh ( pronounced cove) and parked free behind the Cathedral. We last encountered this towering edifice five years ago when we approached it from the sea and we regretted not having spent time to explore the quaint town ...
Blog #6: If Ever You Go To Ireland… You Have To Visit Cork City!
Last weekend I had a really great time in Cork city. I took the bus on Saturday morning, so I had the whole day to spend in the city. Cork is a lovely place with a lot of tourists. I went to The Woodford, a charming restaurant, where I ate one of the best breakfasts ever: poached eggs with Irish bacon and Holland cream served on a toast.
... was then offered a bottle and we chose the white. But when I asked for some more glasses to share it all out amongst the rest of the team, no-one really wanted any; they said they were happy for me to keep the bottle. So when Linda and I went back to meet up with Charlie and Trevor, we got four glasses and shared it out between us, before the “Name that Tune” quiz at two ...
... of my home town, so many miles away. That little place which lies there, by the shores of Dingle Bay. Those memories of my childhood, as it was long years ago. By the Mall Green Lane, the Holy Ground, Spa Road and Station Row. So I bid farewell to Dingle, your like I ne'er will see. On foreign soil I spent a while, to dwell my memories. T'was sad the day we parted, my true love by my side. And sailed away from my home town, across the ocean wide. With laughter, sport, ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Brookfield Hotel Cork
Other places to stay in Cork
Centre, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $159
- Nice new Hotel on site of old Jury's Hotel.
- Great place, little pricey though
- A great treat
Centre, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $132
- A little slice of heaven
- Beautiful, stylish hotel
Douglas, Cork | 3 star hotelfrom $113
- Keep it up
- Rochestown Park Hotel - Superb
- Stay as far away from here as possible
Cork International Airport, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $97
- Es wird .....
- Wundervolles Hotel
- An amazing hotel
Turners Cross, Cork | 3 star hotelfrom $97
- Renewed Jurys Inn
- Look elsewhere!
- This was a horrible hotel
Turners Cross, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $147
- Nice hotel in the heart of the city
- Great Location
- Convenient, but can be noisy at night
Montenotte, Cork | 3 star hotelfrom $104
- All-round good hotel!
- Bad, bad,bad.
Shandon, Cork | 3 star hotelfrom $91
- Not A Happy Stay
- Good city hotel
- Decent location, Helpful Staff.
Tivoli, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $86
- What a lovely weekend
- GREAT STAY
- A city gem
Turners Cross, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $103
- Fantastic return
- Very Nice Hotel
- Excellent, Excellent, Excellent
Cork Airport, Kinsale Road, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $84
- Great Hotel, Good Location
- Great Reasonable and Convenient
- Convenient for motorists and great value
Turners Cross, Cork | 5 star hotelfrom $229
- Wonderful hotel, difficult to get to
- The reviews are not exagerated
- Fantastic Staff
Douglas, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $160
- Very, Very pleasant stay and best of all a lounge you can relax and converse in.
- I feel like I was robbed!!
- Posh but under construction
Turners Cross, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $81
- Spectaular ambassador
- Not great
- Great view
New Grange, Cork | 3 star hotelfrom $71
Turners Cross, Cork | 3 star hotelfrom $90
- A very nice Hotel
- Clean but boring
- Absolutely Superb
Mardyke, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $130
- A nice hotel with lovely service
- Not on a cold nite..
- Great Choice!
Blackpool, Cork | 3 star hotelfrom $70
Ditchley House, Little Island, Cork | 4 star hotelfrom $114
Shandon, Cork | 2 star hotelfrom $113
Emmet Square, Cork | Hotelfrom $109