WatersEdge Hotel Cobh
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... and they explained what was happening. They were raising money for the maintenance of their organ which I was told is very unique and quite large. We then walked back down the hill (my calf muscles are still suffering) met up with Perce and listened to some Irish music whilst enjoying a Guinness before returning to the ship. On our way back it started to rain quite heavily so we popped into the Queenstown (the former name of Cobh) Story exhibition and enjoyed a Cornish ...
... 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.
... want from a street market really.
Poland was next on the list so it was back to the city of Krakow where this time I managed to go and take a look at Auschwitz where I can say I spent the day being thouroughly depressed and occasionlly angry, especially when seeing people shamlessly taking photos while standing next to young Jewish girls in tears. Personally I didn't take any photos there because I cant possibly see what anybody would want them for.
... isn't a very popular thing to say in these parts. In spite of being English they were fair and honourable people.
Michael took us past the old Manor House (Shane and I were here over 40 years ago... brought back so many memories) pointing out the rock walls that encased the lands.
In one of the fields there is a rock foundation called Browne's Hill Doleman. The portal rock is centuries old and like Newgrange or Stonehenge it is a place ...