The Marine

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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    Travel Blogs from Glandore

    Bla, bla, blarney

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

    ... and cake while taking it in, and I must say one of the best tasting apple tarts. We find 'Off the pigs back' a cheese outlet that showcase cheese mainly from the Cork region. We buy a chunk of raw milk cheddar, a country baguette and some lovely ripe tomatoes. On the way out the market there just happens to be a Swarovski shop next door to one of the entrance's and of course I have to visit and would you believe there was ...

    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 ...

    To the Coast!

    A travel blog entry by kwichman on Aug 23, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... if there is another car coming in the opposite direction you must stop and wait for them to pass before heading through. I bought myself an Irish Rugby jersey while shopping. I'm excited to wear it :) For dinner we went to an Italian restaurant. We decided one day of our vacation we would eat something other than Irish food. Then, we called it an early night and headed back to our hotel to relax. Tomorrow, we will do some exploring of the ...

    Sheep Farming in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jun 28, 2012

    13 photos

    ... When all the sheep were sheared, they were lucky to receive €1500 - €1600 for all the wool.  This has to do with the fact that people wear so much synthetic material and cotton. During WW II, wool was needed for uniforms, blankets, supplies (remember those scratchy Army blankets?), now demand  is down.   Farmer Kissane raises Scottish Highland Blackface Sheep.  Their wool is coarse and best suited for carpets. Touching some socks ...

    It's always vegetable!

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 07, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... finally gained control of Ireland and by extension the port of Kinsale, they built two forts at the mouth of the harbor. I'm not clear on what happened to the first one (James Fort), but Charles Fort still exists, though in ruins. It's a star-shaped fort and was state-of-the-art when it was built in the late 1600s. Our guide, Padraig, told us the British Army occupied the fort until 1922 when the Irish gained their independence. But the buildings were torched and largely destroyed ...