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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A bit overcast this morning as we left Dingle for the Slea Head road around the peninsula. Along this road are medieval buildings such as forts and bee hive houses as well as some remaining famine houses so we stopped at some of those sites. One of them was being guarded by a friendly cat named Chester who watched our every move, expecting pats …
... good spirits.
On our way back towards the ship, we stopped in at another pub. Having eaten a large lunch, I couldn’t eat or drink another thing. Mum however had some room and had her last Guinness and Irish coffee on Irish soil.
While the whole day had been great, the highlight was having the town band play us out of the port. It was first time we had been given a proper farewell and most of the passengers ...
At 12 noon we finally reached land at Cobh County Cork. It is a lovely sail in to the port and the weather stays fine other than an odd spit and spot during the early afternoon. We brave the hike up to St Colman's Cathedral which is a lovely church in French Gothic style, although there was no information about St Colman, maybe he really is the patron saint of mustard! After looking at the views we walked don ...
... while I settle back into normal life after my brief flash of stardom in the local media, I am itching to do something similar in the not too distant future.
Any takers for a Copenhagen to Cork in Aug 2014?....perhaps we could make this an annual event? offers welcome - so long as you don't mind being the straight man/woman for my sometimes humorous blog ribbing!
Before I sign off I should tell you that I have done relatively little kilometres on either ...
This past Sa**************ed off to Cork for the day. What can I say, the luck of the Irish certainly prevailed because we had simply beautiful weather. Our journey started us off at Blarney Castle. The castle can be dated before the 1200s. It's an amazing view with some outstanding grounds. We walked through the gardens, and we even stopped into the Poison Garden. This is exactly what it sounds like, a whole bunch of poisonous plants that you're not allowed to ...