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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with white, green with orange, basically anything you like. Again they work on colour makes you happy. They also have pots of flowers with lots of added colour. It is an older town as in the first buildings date back to 1200’s and then after a fire some new ones were built in 1600’s. It had a charm all of its own, it was built on Kinsale Harbour, 45 km South West of Cobh. Kinsale is also the nearest land point to the site where the RMS ...
... which pays tribute to the 25,566 convict women transported to Australia from Ireland and Britain between 1788 and 1853. A bonnet for each of these women has been made and the bonnets made by the people of Cobh remember the women and children aboard the Neva that was shipwrecked off King Island. The town had also organised live entertainment on their foreshore and some of the shops near the port had participated in an Australian themed shop window decorating competition – ...
... we walked back to the ship so we could see more of Cobh at a snail's pace (me, the snail). Again, the buildings are charming & beautiful. We are now sitting on our balcony resting our feet while viewing the harbor & the River Lee. We are set to sail in an hour, so will take more pics. Crossing fingers for similar weather in Dublin tomorrow. Love you all. Sher PS. I love elastic ...
... before heading to the B&B. A nice dinner at a local restaurant called Trade Winds and off to bed we were. The next morning, the woman who owned the B&B we stayed at helped us get in contact with our family and we showed up at the butcher shop in which Jimmy, one of the family members, owned. We talked to him and he called up his sister Norma and got in touch with their dad, Paddy, who turns out to be my Nana's ...
... there. The mist came swirling in - very atmospheric - as we walked round. There was a flat stone in the middle someone had placed holly and ivy on (or was it mistletoe?) with coins thrown on top. We added a few to the pile.
The drive through the West Cork countryside reminded me of South Taranaki - I fully expected to see the Patea freezing works round the next bend. I had wanted to stop at Skibereen to see ...