WatersEdge Hotel Cobh
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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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As we had had two full days of touring we decided to take it easy and not go into Cork which was a 40 minute train ride. Instead we spent our time on Cobh, a small port town which had a lot of character. This port is where the passengers tragically set sail on the Titanic on April 11th 1912. It is also the port from where the first Irish immigrants set sail for New York, USA. We left Perce at a local pub before walking up a very steep hill to St Colman's Cathedral, which is ...
Just saying', I may have to change my middle name to Jinx. Within hours after a telephone call with friend Shelley on Tuesday telling her we had little wiggle room for flights to London did we arrive at the airport to learn our flight was delayed. Yes, you all know that story, for sure. Well, I believe it was yesterday's edition when I mentioned how I hoped the entire cruise, particularly the Transatlantic portion was as smooth as Wednesday night on the ...
... commodity - in addition to freshly baked scones that were the best I ever tasted- free WIFI! The owners of the coffee shop were welcoming and encouraged us to use the WIFI for as long as we wanted. After such slow Internet service on-board, I took them up on their offer and spent an hour or so sending my e-mails and using Skype.
On each excursion from the ship, a representative of the ship travels with the group as ...
... and this is not flat country so we soon climbed. I wasn't sure how my legs were, but they were okay early on and I made some ground on the fast starters. Some time before I'd decided that it would be useful to see my half mile splits, to see if my theory that I have a slow first half, then a quick mile, then slow again, was true-looking at mile splits can't show me that. I changed my autolap on the garmin then didn't race for some time, so kept getting lap ...
... leaving so many people at home. Our attitude at the time was, let´s give it a go and at least then we´ll have no regrets. Eoin´s Mum collected me at home at 5:40. Our flight to Heathrow was at 7.15. We had a few hours stop over before our flight to Rio at 13:15. All went according to plan. We were finally on our ...