WatersEdge Hotel Cobh
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There isn't a ton to see in Cobh, but if you want to spend a night in the area, consider the WatersEdge. It was well worth the price.
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... in Charles Fort and Cobh. This is a prime example of how planning your own excursions can save you hundreds of $$ over the cruise tours. What we saw in one tour was split into 2 separate tours with the ship, and would have cost $210 US compared to the $67 C that we paid. Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone were something to see. Just getting up the 100 circular stone steps was an accomplishment. Then to actually kiss the Blarney Stone...well, I have a ...
... was terrific. Every time he saw us, he greeted Joan and me by name.
Beau was a popular guy with the younger crowd, both passengers and crew. He told us he had lived in Oakville for a year but left when he and his fiance parted.
Once we departed from Cobh that evening, we had another day at sea before arriving in Harwich, England, which would be the end of cruise one and the departure point for cruise two.
I did promise to complete this blog with a sign off and some news about the cheque presentation and here I go.
Well it is now over 5 weeks since Alistair and I wheeled into Cobh to a tremendous reception after 13 days cycling from Copenhagen. Covering those 2000km between Aug 16th to 28th was worth every pedal stroke (even the tough days in Wales) and here now you can see the result!
Thanks to your very generous support we ...
Today was day 2 of classes! I had a little bit more to go to today since tuesdays are going to be my busy day this semester! Today I woke up early (well I had class at 10) and I had to walk to the far side of campus to go to a Modern Irish Music class! I was going in with an open mind since I am deciding between taking this class and the Traditional Irish music class! Overall this class is much different then the other ...
... around and suggested some places for Anne to take me. I then checked into my B&B and set off with Anne to explore Cork City and have dinner. Mostly it was just orienting myself with my surroundings and walking around. Which was really nice and relaxing. After dinner, Anne and I made plans to meet up the next morning after breakfast and then I went back to my B&B for an early night; 20:30. Tomorrow, Day Se - Cobh, 100 years of the Titanic, and more Cork ...