Walter Raleigh Hotel

O'Brien's Place, Youghal, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Rest and Recoop :)

A travel blog entry by katherine_quinn


... of fun :)! Then, we went into the city to find a new laptop charger because mine broke, but the place was closed :( So, while we were there, people were hungry so we went to the McDonalds in the middle of the city. I didn't get anything, but people got chicken nuggets, fries, cheeseburgers, everything! Haha and they have curly fries at these McDonald's! Tonight it was actually pretty ...

Back on Track

A travel blog entry by psrive

... vista has one or more church spires pointing up. Cork is situated between two branches of river Lee, lots of lovely bridges,with amazing historic names such as Eamon De Valera Bridge, Brian Boru Bridge and Michael Collins Bridge span the rivers. Lots of historic buildings, churches and monuments interspersed in liitle lanes with buidings with brightly coloured frontages. A highlight yesteday was a visit ...

Day #1 in Ireland!

A travel blog entry by kellymeara

... S. time) and we went through customs, got our luggage, and waited for the other flight. We eventually got on busses that were split up by what "residence hall" you were staying in. I am in Victoria Lodge. The about 4 hour bus ride was the worst part of the trip so far! The heat in the bus was broken and I was so cold I almost started crying from it. Everyone was wrapped up in their blue complimentary Aer Lingus blankets. It kept me a bit warmer than if I ...

Cork tours

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


... look at the Easter Fair then it started to rain so – what a hardship – we sheltered in the Muskerry Arms pub and a good old natter. As with Deidre and Claire it was very easy to get on with Grace and there was plenty to talk about from family to travel and living overseas, and all sorts of things in-between. The Harney family had lived in the Philippines for some time so Pete had that in common too.

The rain continued so ...

Welcome to Youghal, Ya'll

A travel blog entry by mccloskey22


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 ...

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This hotel, located on O'Brien's Place, Youghal, is near Paul Street and Castle Farm.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent