Richmond House

Cappoquin, County Waterford, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $148.00

Travel Blogs from Cappoquin

Tara visits and St. Paddy's Day!

A travel blog entry by akreyling


My friend Tara came to visit me for a week during her spring break which happened to land during St. Paddy's Day. Yes it's Paddy's with two d's, make sure you get it right. And apparently corned beef and cabbage isn't what they eat on that day. She came on Friday around 4:30 and settled in and then I brought her to the city to get some food for dinner and walk around a little. We went to this place called Captain Americas, they have ...

Ringaskiddy, Cobh, and Cork

A travel blog entry by paula.lupkin


... spruce up the city’s image by planting a series of jutting poles all along the shopping streets, with banners suspended from them proclaiming "Cork: City of Welcomes." You can judge for yourself from the pictures but I think this was a gross design miscalculation.

I managed to squeeze in a few churches, including the highly decorated Anglican Cathedral, St. Finbarr’s. Nearby were the remains of ...

When laziness sets in

A travel blog entry by reece_k


... enjoy the ride, after that he jumped in and someone gave us a push and we were off.
The best way I can describe a bobsleigh ride is like a very intense roller coaster, one minute you are going straight and building up speed quickly and the next you are being pushed down into your seat as the sled rockets around one of the many turns on the track. The turns feel like they come out of nowhere and each one is more terrifying than the last, it really ...

Sleeping in and the Gym

A travel blog entry by jspalmere

... gym at UCC is called the Mardyke Arena. I was so excited to go check it out especially because it had a pool! Once we figured out how to gain access into the gym by getting our card activated, my friends and I walked around like absolute idiots trying to navigate and find where everything was. It was a little difficult at first but we just walked from floor to floor (theres 3 floors) and tried to follow the signs to everything. ...

Visit with Mitchell

A travel blog entry by tammnel


... and the speed limit is often still 100kph. Which is really really fast for these narrow roads winding through mountains. Not to mention that sometimes the shoulder completely disappears, replaced by either a hedge, a rock wall, or an impossibly large piece of farm equipment traveling at about 25kph. And that is always the precise moment that a very large truck is coming towards you. The next level down is what is called a "Minor" road. We have not been on any of these ...


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