Walter Raleigh Hotel

O'Brien's Place, Youghal, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Youghal

Corkage

A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson

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... by anti-treaty forces.

Arrived by 6pm in Cork and staying overnight at the Montenotte repacking and getting ready for our flight tommorrow to Manchester and the end our stay in IRELAND.

Early night planned. Oops - a wedding party has just arrived downstairs for the informalities - stretch limos and bit of a ...

Atlantic Crossing

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

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... used to serve on the Titanic as well as a choice of other items. I had a seafood platter consisting of jumbo prawns, scallops, crab meat and smoked salmon. It was delicious and I finished off with the cheese board and a glass of amaretto.

In the Neptune lounge this evening the show featured a really good saxophonist called Sarah Chandler. She played a lot of the classic tunes but with a modern twist and we enjoyed her music. Then it was up ...

13th CRUISE STOP: COBH, IRELAND

A travel blog entry by lorenzo1

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... we passed the light house at the entrance to the harbor. It and the small houses in the neighboring village were quaint. The fields of Ireland are really grand.

We had two ports of call in Ireland on this trip (Cobh and Belfast). We had an Irish comedian on board the night before we reached Cobh. He naturally had a host of Irish jokes that entertained us and we responded with gut-splitting laughter. I will try to retell one of ...

Welcome to Youghal, Ya'll

A travel blog entry by mccloskey22

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Youghal was a neat little town. It gets it's identity as a small fishing village with a deep Irish history. The town features a marvelous view into the bay and an old wall that use to protect the outer boundaries of the town. It is a really peaceful place, and you really got that small town feel when you got off the bus. We started off by making our way towards the bay. There, we were able to take in the view and the numerous boats that were anchored, waiting for warmer days ...

First excursion!

A travel blog entry by tjandreau

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We went on our first excursion today to see Ireland! It was absolutely beautiful, words cannot describe the scenery and it was well worth the five Euros we paid to go! The chaplaincy group sponsors heritage day trips every month, and I can promise you I'll be going on more! The first place we went was a small town of Youghal which is only about a half hour from Cork. It is near the shore so there is a beautiful port with tons of boats all tied up. This ...

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This hotel, located on O'Brien's Place, Youghal, is near Paul Street and Castle Farm.
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