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your opinion on accomodations

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your opinion on accomodations

Hello again. My daughter and I will be coming to cork by train the evening of July 15th. I have narrowed the available accomodations down to 3: Jurys Inn Cork, Hotel Isaacs, and the Gabriel House B&B. I am really leaning to Gabriel House unless you tell me something surprising. Are they all a short distance to Kent station? How far away would we need to walk to catch a bus to the airport on the 16th? Is there any other places (in the same price range) worth considering. I appreciate and respect your opinion. Roaminokie

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1. Re: your opinion on accomodations

Hi roaminokie, If you want something near to Kent station or if you would like to consider any other links then I would like you to have a look at http://www.sletoh.com/s144767.html which has a list of hotels to look at and their description and addresses so that you can select the required one.

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Alden, Thank you so much to take the time to respond. I will check out the site you suggested. Have a fabulous day! R.

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With regard to location, Jury's Inn is practically next to the bus station and close to the train station - just a short walk down the hill and over the bridge. Hotel Isaacs is on the same street as the train station (different name though but just down the hill) and the bus station is just one block to the river and over the bridge. Gabriel House is closer to the train station but probably more of a walk as it is uphill either via quite a few steps (short cut) or via the street (longer). It is furthest from the bus station.

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Wow Alden - 11 posts so far this month - and each one recommending sletoh.com, whether people are asking about hotels in Austria, France, Ireland, Italy, Germany . . . .

You must think it's a really great web-site to recommend it so often?

roaminoakie, Bryno is the destination expert for Cork and is always on hand with spot-on advice. I think he's been away for a few days, but hopefully he'll help you out on his return

I'm sorry I can't help with any information about Cork - not a city I've visited (yet).

:-)

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tonyirish - hallo there

hadn't seen your post before I hit the button (had to go rescue our cat mid-post!!) - your 1000th I note - congratulations! :-)

I've just returned from a week in Dingle, and, as it was raining when I popped into Killarney, I walked from Muckross out to Torc Waterfall, having remembered your advice to visit after rainfall.

I am SO glad I recalled your recommendation! What a sight - and the noise!! I heard the waterfall way back before I reached it. I got very wet feet, but it was worth it. Thank you!

:-)

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I can't disagree with what tonyirish has said re location.

All are easy distance to the train and bus station.

If I had the choice, I would probably knock Jurys Inn off that list, the other two are nicer.

With regard to location, Jury's Inn is practically next to the bus station and close to the train station - just a short walk down the hill and over the bridge. Hotel Isaacs is on the same street as the train station (different name though but just down the hill) and the bus station is just one block to the river and over the bridge. Gabriel House is closer to the train station but probably more of a walk as it is uphill either via quite a few steps (short cut) or via the street (longer). It is furthest from the bus station.

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Hi Sarnia,

Glad you made it out to Torc Waterfall - at least the rain has one plus going for it. There are other falls around Killarney that are also worth visiting but they are in secluded locations with little signage and difficult to give directions to. I think I did try in a very old post but have not had a chance to double check those directions since posting them. One is down river from Derricunnihy Church on the Killarney-Kenmare road and the other worth a visit is O'Sullivan's Cascade just up from the Lower Lake over by Hotel Dunloe Castle.

About the 1000th post. I had noticed that I was approaching it and then missed it when it happened. Thanks for spotting it for me.

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Thank you all for your input. Bryno, you are "spot on" again with your advice. My only regret is that I don't have more time to spend in your beautiful country. I guess I should just be grateful to have this opportunity with another to follow... hopefully. Any advice for a MUST SEE in Cork, Bryno? I already have down to see the cathedral and the market. I am not afraid to hoof it a bit (and my daughter is a 17 yr old athlete) rather than fool with transportation.

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Roamin, do I understand you will be here for one night?? If so, how many daylight hours will you have on the 15th. Let me know,and I can put a little mini itinerary together for you.

Also,at the start of July have a look at www.whazon.com where it lists events that are on for July.

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