Carrigaline Court Hotel and Leisure Center
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... was a wonderful day together for sure. :D
I cant help but wonder how different my life would have been if I had never come to Cork back in my second year of college. My thoughts wonder to this as I write. Where would I be, who would I be with and what would I be doing. But before those ideas get to detailed I snap back to the wonderful reality that I live in. Money is tight but that is due to start up cost and the reality of life reminding me what it means to ...
... my sister and Dad, whose been touring London and even Paris for the past 5 days arrive. After a successful jaunt into downtown Cork today Elizabeth feels pretty comfortable picking them up at the airport tomorrow morning.
Chris gets home just in time to put the finishing touches on the guacamole. The nachos look the same as at home, refried beans, cheddar cheese, diced canned tomatoes with salsa, sour cream and homemade guacamole. The kids eagerly dive into their plate ...
... board from Cobh only 44 survived. When you get your ticket, you also get a reticular of the ticket that they would have received, and it also has a name on it. At the end of the 30 minute tour you get to search your name to see if you survived the sinking on the 15 April 1912, and I sure you are all please to know that I was one of the 44 that survived that I was one of them. Walking from there I had a stroll around the town, and up to St Colman's cathedral, overlooking Cobh. It is ...
... natural harbours.
As it was a weekday, the busy streets were thronging with shoppers and the workers passing their lunchtime. We passed the impressive City Hall and the upmarket riverfront buildings, and pulled up for a photo stop at the majestic St. Finbarre’s Cathedral (I couldn’t help thinking of the Viz comic character, Finbarre Saunders and his Double-Entendres). ...
... the building.
The town is beautiful with great views in all directions.The cost was 260 000 POUNDS in 1910. The people of the town collected the last 90 000 pounds in order to complete the building. Too much for a building if you consider the fact that there are hungry people on earth...
At the ...