Whispering Pines Hotel

Address: Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Crosshaven, is near Fota Nature Reserve, The Queenstown Story, Cobh Heritage Centre, and Cobh Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Crosshaven

    Crosshaven on the estuary to Cork

    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... Redhead Convention. A few years ago I would have qualified as a red head, or at least a bit of a ginger bearded boy. Nowadays the colour is waning.

    In typical Irish style the festival is largely blarney. The main event seems to be the Carrot Tossing Championship! Still, I expect there will be some decent music and good craick.

    Saturday 23rd August

    We took ...

    Waves pounding the shore and new furry friends.

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... was amazing to watch the glass coming out of the furnace and getting blown by hand and mouth to create a vase. After which it is put into a kiln to cool slowing overnight. Then is gets cut, by hand, by an expert who has trained for 18 years to be a cutter. This is amazing to watch. Apparently these people can feel the glass and when to stop a cut or when to keep going. This particular plant is the flagship of Waterford Crystal and they make specialty pieces there now. Some of the pieces ...

    Killarney to Cork

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 21, 2013

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    ... I got sort of stuck! The line in front of us was full of your average size American tourists, so you can imagine that there were some issues with stuck people that made the line go very very slowly. Dennis has a bit of a problem with claustrophobia in those situations and said he was not willing to go up under those conditions. I think that everybody else was somewhat relieved; they were all somewhat leary of kissing the Blarney ...

    Kissing the stone

    A travel blog entry by kcmartin on Jul 07, 2013

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    ... more purchases were made.

    Leaving Waterford we headed on to the fishing town of Youghal for a quick lunch. The little town was where a part of the movie Moby Dyck was filmed. We even saw the whale in the bay, although it looked more like a small boat covered with a top looking which looked like a whale. We then carried on to Blarney Castle. The grounds are beautiful - more of park ...

    A Night To Remember

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Apr 14, 2012

    4 photos

    ... not recovered until five to seven days after the disaster (some of the bodies didn’t come to the surface straight away) so, while a lot of them were named and given a burial in Halifax, many remained unidentified and unclaimed. It is only now, 100 years later, when we have so much more technology available to us such as DNA analysis, that some of those unidentified unfortunates now have a name, and some of the gravestones have been changed to reflect this. ...