Celtic Ross Hotel
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- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Banquet room
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... an absolutely lovely breakfast at Jo's Cafe, some eggs and toast. Our next mission was catching a taxi to Fort Charles. Although it took longer than we thought, we ended up with a great guy and a quick ride. Fort Charles was pretty epic - an old fort to keep watch over the Kinsale harbor, eyeing the Atlantic ocean. Some cool history lessons, walking around the fort, cool views out into the harbor and ocean. A pleasant little visit on a gorgeous day. From there ...
... to go to the top and go outside and you see the whole entire city beneath you, it was so pretty, but also freezing and extremely windy. We then went back down the tiny stairs and pathways to ring the bells. We were allowed to play some songs, well attempt to play some songs. But then we were hungry so we decided to go to a crepe place! it was the best thing ever, i had nutella, banana, and peanut butter. It was the perfect treat.
... up over 100 passengers there. We got real people's names on tickets to follow and find out their stories and unfortunately whether they lived or died. Being that only two passengers from Cobh were first class, and twenty something were second, the majority of the people from there were third class passengers and did not survive. We did learn the price of tickets and the equivalency in today's standards. A One Way First Class ticket is equivalent to 69,000 dollars today. Can ...
So today we got to sleep in a little bit and it was really nice! Still somewhat jet lagged but getting better! It was (drumroll..) RAINING! The skies are pretty gray and the rain falls kind of misty-like, but it's nice and green, so it's pretty :) We walked into the city today! From Victoria Lodge it's about a half an hour walk, probably 25 mintues if you are walking at a good pace. We did somewhat of a "scavenger hunt," but we had a tour guide ...
... ring has a rich ancient past that dates back to over 300 years. The design of the Cladag ring and even the way the ring is worn are all deeply rooted in Irish tradition.
The meaning of the claddagh ring is what gives the ring it's significance. The hands of ...