Travelodge Cork Airport

Address: Kinsale Road Roundabout, Cork, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the New Grange area of Cork, is near Charles Fort, St Fin Barre's Cathedral, City Hall, and Half Moon.
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    Travel Blogs from Cork

    Day 2 - Waterford to Cork

    A travel blog entry by sachi.newson on Sep 07, 2014

    50 photos

    We started the day at the Waterford Crystal Visitor centre. It was really interesting getting to watch the whole process from start to finish and watching the masters at work! We would recommend this to anyone coming to this area.

    After a quick look at the waterfront and oldest tower in Ireland, we weren't that impressed with Waterford and …

    Volcanic cruise Day 16

    A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 21, 2014

    ... VIII and his dispute with the papacy. His first wife Catherine of Aragon was a Catholic and the pope would not grant him a divorce when he wished to marry his second love, Anne Boleyn. Apparently Catherine was quite “arrogant”. To circumnavigate this Henry VIII invented the Protestant religion to counteract the Pope and Catholicism. To ensure that England would never again have a Catholic monarchy a plan was hatched to blow ...

    On to Kinsale via the Rock of Cashel

    A travel blog entry by consultimago on Aug 12, 2014

    3 photos

    ... house political prisoners. It was originally built to house 1,000 inmates but during the potato famine in 1847 - 1849 it held up to 9,000 with 5-6 in a 6x9 room. That included men, women and children as young as 5 just for stealing a loaf of bread. It is really unbelievable what we do to our fellow human beings. Back on the bus we drove through the lush countryside and arrived at the Rock of Cashel. It was a major fortification beginning in 300 A.D. and was ...

    Blarney Castle & Cobh

    A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 13, 2014

    1 comment, 58 photos

    ... in the wall and a little, tiny cave-like tunnel in the rock base of the castle. There is even a small cave that we could walk through. Before leaving the Blarney Castle site to catch the Corkhopper bus on to Cobh, we walked through the Rock Close with different rock formations, trees and plants. We made it back to the bus at the Woollen Mills parking lot with only a few minutes to spare. Blarney Castle is a great place to spend a morning. If we had our ...

    What a corker

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 24, 2014

    119 photos

    ... so far and were on the motorway headed down to Cork by 10.30ish.

    It's a crazy road - by crazy I mean dead straight with two lanes the whole way which is brilliant because it means there's no room to leave anyone to rage. Pass when you want, slow down without annoying anyone when you want. Anything. Our trip was great. There were no cars. The speed limit is 120km/hr, and it was an amazingly beautiful day & rather hot. It felt weird being able to drive ...