The Marine

Address: The Pier, Glandore, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Pier, Glandore, is near Whale Watch West Cork and The Paps.
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    A travel blog entry by dmyn on Sep 10, 2013

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    Slept in till 7:45 had a good shower some tea in the room and down for weetabix cereal and Irish yogurt .yummy! Went to Kinsale ( about 15 min) for a historic tour with Don and Barry . Very informative with history back to the 1700. Time for lunch then at a little cafe called milk market. Walked ...

    Bla, bla, blarney

    A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 22, 2013

    ... stone staircase, kiss the stone and wind back down steps on the opposite side. It's just a production line really which most people feel the need to do, including myself, just to say you have kissed the Blarney Stone. I think I enjoyed more walking around the gardens on a lovely warm sunny day eating my ice-cream. Time to drive back to Kinsale which we manage to do avoiding the main roads and bypassing Cork city. It ...

    A few days into one.

    A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12 on Sep 30, 2012

    I had to write about Belfast so now my blog is out of just to make it clear...Ring of Kerry....Dublin...THEN Belfast. The Lonely Planet guide said The Ring Of Kerry is 179kms....that might be true but it took us 8 wonderful hours to drive around....we did it anti-clockwise...against advice from the guide ( mainly because I took a wrong turn) BUT we did not get stuck behind too many slow vehicles....its just that the views are breath taking...we ...

    Over to Ireland and then to the beach...

    A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 01, 2012

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    ... on a chalk board outside a shop opposite to where we had lunch ... "Man can not discover new oceans unless he's prepared to lose sight of the shore.". Our second detour was James Fort which is across the bay from Charles Fort. We didn't quite make it to the James fort as the weather wasn't very encouraging for a walk. Next was the challenge of finding our accommodation for the night, hotel/pub called the Blue Horizon hotel. It was on a cliff top over looking ...

    Kinsale and Charles Fort

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jun 27, 2012

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    Kinsale THE BATTLE OF KINSALE (recounted from my notes from the walking tour given by the incredible local tour guide, Barry Moloney).  In September 1601, 26 Spanish ships with large masts sailed into the Bay of Kinsale. With 12 foot tides every 12 hours, the force of the tides can move a ship when there is no wind. Further, the prevailing wind is from the southwest, with the wind at your back, this is best for the ship to avoid cannon shots since the ship is sitting ...