breizhFan

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  1. MV Duchesse Anne is a previous guise - http://www.irishships.com/mvconnacht.html She's standing the test of time by the look of her today.
  2. There's good salmon angling to be had below the Inniscarra Dam , some 7 miles from Cork City Centre. http://www.gamefishireland.com/inniscarrapermits.htm
  3. An interesting visit - a short bus ride from the city centre - has a nice cafe too. http://www.bco.ie/
  4. I love arriving into Roscoff from Cork - our first stop is always the bakery for some authentic French bread & pastries - what better way to start the hols! I found this detailed piece whilst browsing recently - http://www.theparisfeast.com/2016/12/roscoff-small-town-of-character-of.html
  5. I haven't been here for a few years now but I still dream of getting my hands on one! http://ivordewdney.co.uk/
  6. For all you foodies, it's well worth a walk around - http://www.englishmarket.ie/
  7. Once you've climbed to the tower , there's a great view out across the city & hinterland. Located just a few mins walk from the City Centre - http://www.shandonbells.ie/
  8. This is an interesting place with lots of history, I've been there a few times and it's only 15/20 walk from the City Centre. http://corkcitygaol.com/
  9. I've never been here since they've opened it to the public. From what I've heard it's well worth a visit & I hope to visit this summer. http://www.camdenfortmeagher.ie/
  10. If you're in the Cork Area - a trip to Spike Island is well worth a visit, you could easily spend 2/3 hrs there. I visited last summer & it was well worth the entry/boat fare. http://spikeislandcork.ie/
  11. And quite rightly , too, I would imagine it's quite a profitable route. We ( family & I ) go via Cork-Roscoff every summer, It's always very busy, outward & return with a sizeable French percentage of passengers too.