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A Travel Blog by ckaczma
I am studying for a semester at the University College, Cork for the Spring of 2008. This will be my way of keeping people up to date on my travels and adventures. I hope you enjoy!
From Sydney to Perth via Buenes Aires, Rio, New Orleans, New York, Rome, Paris, Cork, Dublin and Dubrovnik.
A Travel Blog by marjorie
Hi folks - I am spending a few months rambling around the globe - South America, North America and Europe in particular. I think I crossed three borders last week - some more than once. This site should help you (and me) work out where I am ...
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A Travel Blog entry by bachcj from Cork, County Cork, Ireland
... another day of great weather. There aren't a lot of photos of Cork to upload so we'll wait until we have London's too. Overall, Cork hasn't impressed me much as a visitor but it's probably an okay place to live (like most cities, it seems). I am not sad ...
A Travel Blog entry by brookie120 from Cork, County Cork, Ireland
... it feels much warmer! After arriving at our hotel (Isaac’s Hotel), we went for a walk through the main streets of Cork. We soon stopped for a pint at a pub. An opportunity for me to practice my beer drinking in preparation for Oktoberfest! I tried ...
A Travel Blog entry by kring715 from Cork, County Cork, Ireland
... going to try to figure out how to post pictures on here. After Blarney, we got back on the bus and drove about a half hour to Cork and checked into our hostel. We had a huge group (about 150 people) so we took up pretty much the whole hostel. The leaders ...
A Travel Blog entry by kkazmer from Cork, County Cork, Ireland
... and absolutely gorgeous. We were also lucky because the weather was still great! We also visited the Univeristy College Cork, and saw their museum and Ogham Stones, which are ceremonial inscriptions on limestone. The next day was St. ...
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St Ann's Hill, Blarney, County Cork, Ireland
Stroll through the beautiful private gardens and woodlands surrounding this lovely Victorian mansion. Spacious romantic bedrooms. Beautiful historic antiques throughout. Ideally located for day trips to both east and west Cork and Kerry.Traveler Rating
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50 Pope's Quay, Civic Trust House, Cork, County Cork, Ireland4 reviews
... 28th 2002, Cork received notice of its official designation as European Capital of Culture 2005. This designation, which raises Cork into the distinguished company of major cultural cities like Salamanca and Bologna, followed on the brilliant bid campaign ...