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

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    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 …

    Hired at Last

    A travel blog entry by lmarshman on Oct 01, 2014

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    ... is due to the love and support of my family, Carmel and Patrick O'Flynn. Though life has its bumps and difficult turns like any long journey but the sun is shinning for now and I plan to dance in it. So prayers please that soon Patrick will get work placement soon. I hope that you keep reading my ventures and you explore the world around you.


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    Port of Cobh (Cove)

    A travel blog entry by jill.galliott on Aug 05, 2014

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    Docked in Cobh in thick fog, which lifted quickly. The day was overcast for the most part, and we had no rain until we boarded the coach to return to the ship. Our first stop was Lismore, which was a quaint town with a Castle, which had been owned by Sir Walter Raleigh. We had an hour of free time, so we took a suggested walk, Lady Louisa's ...

    Preparations/Training

    A travel blog entry by bernie_mac on Jul 15, 2014

    ... down here...this is linked with my fear of the whip, trusting belayers, fear of the whip and my original fear of heights. But climbing that 7a slab route and setting that monstrous 7b thing that I still have to get onto has sparked my interest again. Think also finding a bomber belayer and also seeing Nicola learning to lead belay and start getting into the entire thing helped spark it.

    Learning Spanish:

    Ok so I have a couple of points on this bad ...

    TRFI by Bus Part 4

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 13, 2014

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    ... and protected at night. No way someone pees on it. As it turns out, the stone is on the top floor of a very old and authentic castle. The only way up is through the original stairs. They are so narrow no way a super chubby person could navigate them. Was very cool though. At the top, you have to sort of do a back bend and slide down the face of a wall to plant your smooch. There is a guy there that holds on to you so you don't slip down into the open space ...