When I arrived, I was shown to my room and then promptly reminded of the checkout time so thought that was a bit rude. The room was cramped, with the bed taking up the majority of it and to actually get to the tea/coffee making facilities provided in the room, you needed to skirt round the end of the bed. The bed wasn't comfortable at all. ... more
; but it was dismally disappointing. The coastal road back via Bunmahon and Tramore was very scenic: cliffs, sandy beaches and gorse-covered hills. We had an excellent roast beef lunch for €9 in Tramore, which ...
Posted in David & Sandi Travelogue by davidsandi
Cobh - Cork - Killarney
Left Tramore and headed for Cobh (Cove) (@ 2 hours drive) where the Titanic left from in 1912. Also called Queenstown due to a visit by the queen in 1849. From 1848-1950 over 6 million people emigrated from Ireland and around 2.5 million of them from Cobh. From Cobh tall ships transported convicts ...
Posted in Mikey & Mich's Scenic Adventure by mikey-mich
List of Sources
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Posted in Heading to Ireland! by lindsayeic