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AUGUST 2000

Email: john146@mail.icongrp.com 
Country: USA
Date: 31 August 2000
Time: 17:58

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A well organized website, looking forward to our upcoming vacation to your area.


Email: marykin@hotmail.com 
Country: Australia
Date: 30 August 2000
Time: 20:14

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gday from down under just returned from 3 1/2 weeks in Dear Old Skibbereen:)))))) had a wonderful time with my familey


Email: tolitt@aol.com 
Country: england
Date: 30 August 2000
Time: 15:18

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my grand father is buried at wells cross co cork he used to work for a familly named


Email: ssteph6887@aol.com 
Country: ENGLAND
Date: 30 August 2000
Time: 13:35

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I HAVE GONE TO WEST CORK.GOLEEN FOR THE LAST 40 YEARS.OUR KIDS HAVE GROWN UP LOVING THE COUNTRY AND NOW ITS GRAND CHILDREN.WE LOVE IT AT BARLEY COVE.AND ALL THE PEOPLE WE HAVE GOT TO KNOW OVER THE YEARS.WR KNOW ALL AT THE LOBSTER POT HOTEL IN GOLEEN AND THE PEOPLE AT THE ST. PATRICKS HOTEL .ALL THE BEST FOR THE FUTURE SIMON AND WENDY STEPHENS


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Date: 30 August 2000
Time: 03:26

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Email: marbob16@cs.com 
Country: florida
Date: 28 August 2000
Time: 13:53

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looks lovely this year rome/italy next year dublin/cork who said irish/italian marriages wouldnt work. cleary


Email: juergen.lauterbach@pcm.bosch.de 
Country: germany
Date: 28 August 2000
Time: 07:18

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a hello from Germany, there is an information i miss. Nothing in your pages about health, neither about hospitals neither about physicians. I would be very pleased, if i could get such information.

Thanks

Dr.J.Lauterbach


Email: clelima@aol.com
Country: U S A
Date: 26 August 2000
Time: 20:09

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REALLY ENJOY PLOWING THROUGH THESE PAGES.HOW CAN I FIND OUT THE SHIP MY MOTHER AND FATHER CAME ON? I KNOW THE YEAR 1923.


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Date: 26 August 2000
Time: 14:26

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Email: hugh.hogg@ns.sympatico.ca
Country: Canada
Date: 25 August 2000
Time: 16:39

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On August 24 1847, Jane O'Driscoll, daughter of Dudley and William Wilcox from Grand Manan, New Brunswick were wed in the local church in Skibbereen. William was first mate on the storm battered vessel, The Exile. Is there anyone there who can tell me a bit more about Jane or her family? Elaine Ingalls Hogg, descendent of this couple Thanks. http://elainehogg.tripod.com/webpages/


Email: pristrom@mail.ru
Country: Ukraine
Date: 25 August 2000
Time: 16:12

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Hi! I`m freelancer from Odessa, Ukraine I`m 22/M I`m looking for a friends in the Ireland :)


Email: hugh.hogg@ns.Sympatico.ca
Country: Canada
Date: 25 August 2000
Time: 04:30

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My relatives arrived in Crosshaven on New Year's Eve 1846 in their storm battled brig, The Exile.

I'm just starting my research on the Irish side. If you know of any information about this ship's arrival, please e mail me.

To see my site: go to //elainehogg.tripod.com/webpages/


Email: JenniferDownie@cs.com
Country: Ohio, United State
Date: 24 August 2000
Time: 16:32

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I'm looking for an Irish penpal who knows anything about Jeremy Irons and his ongoing restoration of Kilcoe castle in Skibbereen. Any information on him, at all, would be greatly appreciated - or any Skibbereen local to chat. Thanks.


Email: janfortado@mediaone.net
Country: U.S.A.
Date: 24 August 2000
Time: 15:54

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I saw John Gallagher from Connecticut saying hello to people in Kildorrery, Cork. Since that is where my Gallaghers come from, I am interested in e-mailing John, but the address given on his message (gracegallagher@att.net) does not work. John, if you read this message, can you contact me at janfortado@mediaone.net, please? I hope to be in Kildorrery in September. Six of my eight great-grandparents are from County Cork so County Cork is a very special place for me. Mahony, Kingston, Farrell, Roche, Gallagher, Kenny, White, Carroll and Kennedy)


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Date: 23 August 2000
Time: 15:51

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Email: morphious36@oceanfree.net
Country: ireland
Date: 23 August 2000
Time: 03:01

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very informative well done."


Email: chunky-rice@fsmail.net
Country: Scotland
Date: 22 August 2000
Time: 14:24

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Hey there. Sorry about this advertising, but I am desparate! I will be travelling around Ireland come January 2001, for how long I don't know (months...years maybe), and am looking for bar work. I have 2yrs experience in working in a busy bar scottish bar. Please contact me at chunky-rice@fsmail.net any offers would be much appreciated. Cheers!


Email: jim.pierson@born.com
Country: USA
Date: 21 August 2000
Time: 19:50

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Email: flybarry@webtv.net
Country: U.S.A.
Date: 21 August 2000
Time: 10:40

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I was hoping to see map of Cork County with present town locations and disappointed when I could'nt find one. The same applies to city maps other than the city of Cork in the county. I have at least four ancestors who migrated from Cobh Cove and very interested in area.


Email: info@eirjobs.com
Country: Ireland
Date: 21 August 2000
Time: 06:54

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hello, We have a new online jobs database for students in Cork , if you are intersted in advertising or need anymore info please contact me at this address. The web page can be found at http://www.eirjobs.com/. We are currently filling our database with jobs, and you can also subscribe to our mailing list by clicking here http://www.eirjobs.com/mail-list/ or just visit us here http://eirjobs.com/ .

Thanks and All the best ...


Email: ajgreaves@rcn.com
Country: United States of America
Date: 20 August 2000
Time: 20:04

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Excellent material, will be visiting in mid Sept. have been checking the area around Skibbereen and Glengarrif and found your information very helpfull.


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Date: 20 August 2000
Time: 02:26

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Date: 19 August 2000
Time: 15:30

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Email: a_pancake@yahoo.com
Country: denmark
Date: 18 August 2000
Time: 14:36

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hello ireland, see you next summer!


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Date: 18 August 2000
Time: 14:33

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Date: 18 August 2000
Time: 12:44

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Email: Harper@havelocknc.net
Country: USA
Date: 18 August 2000
Time: 11:40

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Hi My name is Marylou my family on my dads side came from Cork, and i would love to locate some living irish relatives there, last name is Driscoll or O'Driscoll some drop O when they came to USA, if you can help me i'd be most appreciated Godbless,


Email: odonoghue@hotmail.com
Country: England
Date: 18 August 2000
Time: 11:27

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anyone know the odonoghues from ballyclough near mallow. my father,"MAD JACK" or "JACK THE TASH"as he is known, or my brothers, JOHNNY & TYRONE? my name is ANGELA


Email: brad@hotmail.com
Country: u.s.a.
Date: 17 August 2000
Time: 14:42

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Email: sbjoerk@hotmail.com
Country: sweden
Date: 16 August 2000
Time: 07:49

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I'm looking for a man named Greg Murphy. 21 years old, a bar man, I think. Lives in cork. Has a friend named Gary, and they went to creet together this summer. He has the most wonderful voice, and I have this almost fanatic obsession that I have to hear him sing and see his face again. Weird, I know, but I Just can't stop thinking about him. Anyone who can help me? stereotypical package trip, Huh?


Email: elaine@kilcrohane.com
Country: Ireland
Date: 16 August 2000
Time: 02:08

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Billy I haven't looked at your web site for some time. It is better than ever and seems to cover all topics. Well done! Elaine


Email: bbruce_mcgrath@bigfoot.com
Country: USA
Date: 15 August 2000
Time: 18:32

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My grandparents were from County Cork - I believe Mitchelstown and left fro the US somehere in the late 1800's or early 1900's. My Grandfather's name was William J. McGrath and he was the son of Walter McGrath and Winnie Corbett. My Grandmother was Catherine Mahoney and I do not have her ancestors.

Bruce McGrath


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Date: 14 August 2000
Time: 07:40

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Email: elyse449_2000@yahoo.com
Country: U.S.A.
Date: 13 August 2000
Time: 20:55

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Hoping to visit Ireland one day soon I happened upon this site! I think it's great, I especially like the photos. Great job with the site!


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Date: 13 August 2000
Time: 15:35

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Date: 13 August 2000
Time: 07:16

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Email: dizzylizzy@ohiohills.com
Country: U.S.A.
Date: 12 August 2000
Time: 15:32

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Hi...I have inherited some BEAUTIFUL tea pottery made from the Carrigaline Pottery Co. Ltd. I was just trying to research it's history. You have a beautiful town. Liz


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Date: 11 August 2000
Time: 14:31

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Email: info@eirjobs.com
Country: Ireland
Date: 11 August 2000
Time: 09:54

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hello, We have a new online jobs database for students in Cork , if you are intersted in advertising or need anymore info please contact me at this address. The web page can be found at http://www.eirjobs.com/

Thanks ...


Email: ejsarmanian@yahoo.com
Country: USA
Date: 11 August 2000
Time: 07:11

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Email: gmulcahy@dairygold.ie
Country: Co. Cork, Ireland
Date: 11 August 2000
Time: 05:50

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Hi there,

I was searching your site for information on restaurants in Midleton. You don't have any listed. I find this very unusual. You seem to cater greatly for West Cork, and not at all for East Cork and North Cork - with the exception of Ballycotton!

Can you do something to rectify this? Perhaps if you advertise in local papers, like the Imokilly People or the Avondhu for interested restaurants, B&B's or Hotels, you may be able to get more information to put up on your web site.

Otherwise, I find this a very useful site.

I also used your link to Aer Rianta at Cork Airport. It's a great link. We are going to Paris on holidays in September. I found the info useful.

Best of luck with your site & continue the improvements,

Geraldine Mulcahy gmulcahy@dairygold.ie


Email: ryanie.eircom.net
Country: cork
Date: 10 August 2000
Time: 07:16

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cork is a lovely place so enjoy!!!!!!!!


Email: westhamluver@aol.com
Country: england
Date: 10 August 2000
Time: 06:49

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You have no pictures of Bantry Bay other then those of hotels which is a shame as Bantry Bay is one of the most beautiful places I have ever had the pleasure of seeing.


Email: coulthub@oup.co.uk
Country: Britain
Date: 10 August 2000
Time: 04:50

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I'm looking for a pleasant, reasonably priced B&B near the Blarney Castle. Does anyone have any suggestions. Many thanks, Britt


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Date: 10 August 2000
Time: 04:41

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Email: ouray4@bytehead.com
Country: USA
Date: 09 August 2000
Time: 19:16

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When is the best time to visit if you want to play a round of golf? My husbands family name is Kick, and we have heard that it use to be Kickham from Ireland. We would love to come visit.


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Date: 09 August 2000
Time: 16:27

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Date: 09 August 2000
Time: 16:25

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Email: lsm101@york.ac.uk
Country: England
Date: 09 August 2000
Time: 09:47

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I am trying to find out some information about a pair of thirteenth-century yellow amber paternoster beads which are in the Cork Museum. Would you be able to forward this to someone who might be able to tell me something about them? Many Thanks, Lara S McClure University of York


Email: Lucien.Grieten@Swedishmatch.nl
Country: Netherlands
Date: 08 August 2000
Time: 10:02

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Hello people in Ireland

For the fourth time I have spend my summer-holiday's in Your country. Each year I saw another part. I think Your country to be one of the most beautiful in the world. Especially the south-west with the beara peninsula.

Now I'm searching for someone with firstname Terry or Jerry, who owns a computershop in Castletownbere.

Can you help me find him ??


Email: slghorn@yahoo.com
Country: United States of America
Date: 07 August 2000
Time: 18:04

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How beautiful! I would love to come and spend some time.


Email: pat@rbwells.demon.co.uk
Country: UK
Date: 07 August 2000
Time: 16:27

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Lots of information but I couldn't find help with a route plan for visiting Southern Ireland. I really wanted help in the planning of a scenic driving tour. Visitors need to know where they are going before they can book the accommodation. A site showing alternative driving routes and what each offered would be really helpful. If there is one out there please can you let me know.


Email: elainaxyz@juno.com
Country: u.s.a.
Date: 06 August 2000
Time: 21:38

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found this page while searching for long lost pen pal mary desmond of co. cork


Email: CONRAN@aol.com
Country: USA
Date: 05 August 2000
Time: 13:38

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I intend to visit Cork next year in August to get a flavour of the city. I would like to rent a cottage or go into a bed and breakfast. Any suggestions?


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Date: 05 August 2000
Time: 08:33

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Email: annemariecb@hotmail.com
Country: Ireland
Date: 04 August 2000
Time: 09:09

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The County of Cork is a beautiful and very interesting place and to have a site on the internet allows people from all over the world to read and see the county's amazing history


Email: michael.sentman@phila.gov
Country: USA
Date: 03 August 2000
Time: 06:15

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I found a letter in an old tourguide of Ireland. It was written on 5/8/45 by a Private E.P. Foreman, stationed in Aberdeen, Scotland and it invited another soldier to visit his home at a place called: "Tupestin", Fountainstown, Crosshaven in Co. Cork. I want to use this letter in a book I am pretending to write. Can anyone give me any information about this place? michael.sentman@phila.gov Michael Sentman 3411 Disston St. Philadelphia, PA 19149 USA


Email: anne-marie.ashdown@swipnet.se
Country: Sweden
Date: 03 August 2000
Time: 02:23

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Hoping to contact Carmel Motherway again. Carmel I have lost the e mail you sent me with the details of your hotel and your website! Silly me... also had a chat with my mother Carmel Tobin who has filled me in on some details regarding the things I e mailed to you previously....

Here goes....Redbarn, her old family home is near the rifle range inbetween Pilmore and Clay Castle.. and her family consists of Tobins (my uncle Kieran Tobin owns Douglas Carpet Centre in Cork). The Tobins came from Tipperary and their family home was called Rehill. Other branches of the family include the Lantrys (my grandmother's family).. her name was Lilly Lantry and her sister still lives in Youghal - Maureen Lantry Keneally. Tom Lantry is a vet in Youghal also.

My mother rememebers the name Motherway so I am thinking you might know some of the people above....

Apparently Redbarn is being renovated but we are still not sure what purpose it will serve. Everyone seems to think it might be a b and b.. but who knows.

My fiancee and I are hoping to visit Youghal sometime next year for a holiday as he has never been to Ireland. Does not know what he is missing yet!

Kind regards Anne-Marie Ashdown


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Date: 02 August 2000
Time: 16:29

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ciara smells!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Date: 02 August 2000
Time: 16:28

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Email: cdelea@warwick.net
Country: USA
Date: 02 August 2000
Time: 04:14

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Looking forward to visiting!


Email: toanu@netcologne.de
Country: Germany / Cologne
Date: 02 August 2000
Time: 00:54

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Hi, Im Torsten and im very pleased of your Cork-Guide. It was very easy finding the right information of the themes I was looking for.

Thanx


Email: dholdstock@aol.com
Country: USA
Date: 01 August 2000
Time: 22:29

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Visiting Cork 25 Sept to 2 October. Looking for reasonabl accomidations. We are musicians and want to take in some good saessions.


Email: meyerjm400@netscape.net
Country: US
Date: 01 August 2000
Time: 07:50

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I will be visiting Bantry area in early Oct. I'd like any tips or suggestions other visitors have. Specifically, I'm interested in road biking and local golf. Thanks, Jim Meyer, St. Louis, MO, US


Email: john.g.allen@baesystems.com
Country: UK
Date: 01 August 2000
Time: 05:26

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My name is Jack Allen originally form Beaumont Park, Ballintemple, now resident in the Portsmouth area with Naval connections. Went to school at St Nessans CBC Sullivans Quay until 1963. Be glad to hear from any survivors of the Bro Barry regime.


Email: john.g.allen@baesystems.com
Country: UK
Date: 01 August 2000
Time: 05:22

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My name is Jack Allen originally form Beaumont Park, Ballintemple, now resident in the Portsmouth area with Naval connections. Went to school at St Nessans CBC Sullivans Quay until 1963. Be glad to hear from any survivors of the Bro Barry regime.


Email: karinabrian@hotmail.com
Country: Ireland
Date: 31 July 2000
Time: 15:34

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Hi. My name is Karina. My fiance and I are from Cork. We are visiting the USA at the moment and will return to Cork in September. We are looking for accomodation, a one bedroomed flat, reasonable rent, long term, in the Cork city area. I am intending on going to College in October while my fiance shall be working. If anyone has any information on available apartments I would be very grateful, as we hope to have accomodation sorted out before we return home. Thank you.


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Date: 31 July 2000
Time: 11:06

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Email: celticcourage2MSN.COM
Country: USA
Date: 30 July 2000
Time: 15:45

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I can't find the Millstreet home page.....it looked like a web version of the Clara news. Can anyone help? Thanks Margaret


Email: tierneybrendan@hotmail.com
Country: Scotland
Date: 30 July 2000
Time: 06:14

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This is helpful but it seems to vary between those who give rates and those who don't. Two couples one from France and one from Scotland want to book self-catering for a Friday and Saturday night August 16? weekend. We want to be at the sea. A site that allowed dates and criteria as above to be searched for would be good. Frankly most visitors to your site won't know Baltimore from Kinsale but either might mee their needs. Brendan Tierney


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Date: 28 July 2000
Time: 14:44

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Email: dmwillia@juno.com
Country: United States
Date: 27 July 2000
Time: 09:26

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I am trying to determine if Phillip's Bookshop in Mallow has an e-mail address. Interested in a book they carry "Hazelwood-Twopothouse, A community Remembers" Ancestors are from there and want to purchase a copy. Need to find out how I can do that from America.


Email: maconroy@beeb.net
Country: uk
Date: 26 July 2000
Time: 13:37

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I am trying to contact Tony Nolan,I beleave he did work for Beemish in Cork/ If any body knows him pllease pass on message,his wife is called Geraldene. Thanks Mac


Email: chabots7@yahoo.com
Country: USA
Date: 26 July 2000
Time: 08:26

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Hello, We will be getting married on March 17th2001.On march 21,20001 we will be going to Cork city for the honey moon. We can't wate. We have read so much about Ireland. Thank you, Gordon & Sue


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Country: ttttttttt
Date: 25 July 2000
Time: 13:55

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just checking


Email: tracey.secker@jonlee.co.uk
Country: United Kingdom
Date: 25 July 2000
Time: 08:51

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My name is Tracey Secker and I am the Electronics/Electrical Recruitmet Consultant at Jonathan Lee Recruitment.

I am currently dealing with a large telecommunications organisation who are seeking qualifed Electronic/Telecoms and Software Engineers. To encourage people to consider the roles I am promoting the opportunities on our web site, and giving details of other useful sites about Cork and its facilities. Your site is one I will be including as I found it factual, clear, easy to use and very interesting.

I am sure your site can be used to show potential candidates how they may wish to relocate to Cork.

Jonathan Lee Recruitment's full services can be found at www.jonlee.co.uk, and include Irish, UK and European opportunities for all technical disciplines.

Many thanks again.

Regards

Tracey Secker Recruitment Consultant


Email: mollyodonovan@yahoo.com
Country: Saudi Arabia
Date: 24 July 2000
Time: 19:49

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Hi there, I'm from a little town in Bandon, Co.Cork and i'm many miles away and think of it a lot.


Email: Maria O' Donovan
Country: Saudi Arabia
Date: 24 July 2000
Time: 19:47

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Hi there, I'm many miles away from home but still think of it.


Email: landsbergen@freeler.nl
Country: the netherlands
Date: 24 July 2000
Time: 14:52

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nice site, thank you! I'm especially interested in uitlleann-pipe music and I do have a poster with photograph of a Clonakilty folk cafe. In your list I don't know where to look for folk-music.In my opinion brands of beer and musical pub's should have a special link or so.


Email: PAM.DAULBY@LIVERPOOL.GOV.UK
Country: England
Date: 24 July 2000
Time: 07:50

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Can you please send me a tourist information and B&B guide to P Doran 46 denebank rd anfield liverpool england

Hope you can help

Thanks


Email: dbx@eircom.net
Country: Ireland
Date: 24 July 2000
Time: 02:13

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An excellent web site, to the best City in Ireland, good graphics, and download time is very quick with some excellent links


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Date: 23 July 2000
Time: 15:26

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Email: Andrew Aherne
Country: Fat Land
Date: 23 July 2000
Time: 15:24

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THIS SITE IS A LOAD OF SHIT IF I MAY SAY SO.....I RECENTLY SUBMITTED A 42 WORD ESSAY ON MY DEPRESSING LIFE OF BEING FAT, IT WAS ERASED. PLEASE RETURN THE ESSAY TO ME AS I AM WORRIED THAT SOME ONE MAY MAKE A SITCOM OUT OF MY LIFE FEATURING CHARACTERS LIKE CD, BERTIE, JANJAN, A**, AND THE GRAN AKA THE WHEEL BURNER. I AM IN THE PROCESS OF COPYRIGHTING MY LIFE STORY INTITLED, "ANDREW AND THE CHOCLATE FACTORY". YOU WILL BE HEARING FROM MY SOLICITOR, WHO WILL INFORM YOU ABOUT THE UP AND COMING BOOK AND FILM ABOUT ME. LOVE YOU LIKE FOOD (AND THAT MEANS I LIKE YOU A LOT) ANDREW AND ASSOCIATES.


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Date: 23 July 2000
Time: 15:17

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Email: info@cork-guide.e
Country: Cork, Ireland
Date: 22 July 2000
Time: 19:10

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Thsi is the reply sent to the Paul who left the comments below.

Hi Paul

You appear to have got it all wrong

First of all the accommodation is graded by Board Failte the Irish tourist board

As you can see from this email we do reply

And finally we have 12 hotels listed for Cork City of which 3 have websites

www.cork-guide.ie/cork4p0.htm

We are not a charity We do have overheads And of course clients pay for the web space

After all can you say the same about the Sunday Time, if they have only 6 hotels listed in their newspaper

We here in Ireland do not jump to the conclusion that there are only 6 hotels in England.

That would be rather foolish

Regards The Cork Guide team


Email: info@cork-guide.e
Country: Cork, Ireland
Date: 22 July 2000
Time: 18:19

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Thsi is the reply sent to the Paul who left the comments below.

Hi Paul

You appear to have got it all wrong

First of all the accommodation is graded by Board Failte the Irish tourist board

As you can see from this email we do reply

And finally we have 12 hotels listed for Cork City of which 3 have websites

www.cork-guide.ie/cork4p0.htm

We are not a charity We do have overheads And of course clients pay for the web space

After all can you say the same about the Sunday Time, if they have only 6 hotels listed in their newspaper

We here in Ireland do not jump to the conclusion that there are only 6 hotels in England.

That would be rather foolish

Regards The Cork Guide team


Email: paul.butterworth@agsolutions.co.uk
Country: england
Date: 22 July 2000
Time: 16:17

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Please be very wary of this site which lists various accommodation. places to eat and entertainment without any apparent grading criterion. Why do they do this? Presumably those listed pay them?


Email: paul.butterworth@agsolutions.co.uk
Country: england
Date: 22 July 2000
Time: 15:57

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Comments in a guestbook? You mean you don't answer them? What is the point then?


Email: paul.butterworth@agsolutions.co.uk
Country: england
Date: 22 July 2000
Time: 15:52

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you have just three hotels listed for Cork City. What is the criteria for listing them?


Email: Liam_Lee@oxy.com
Country: Sultanate of Oman
Date: 21 July 2000
Time: 19:42

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Great site, very easy to explore and lots to see, just like your wildlife park. Best of luck. Liam.


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Date: 21 July 2000
Time: 15:48

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Email: patc@ctol.net
Country: usa
Date: 19 July 2000
Time: 17:16

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My mother emigrated from Cork in 1910 - the family name is Murphy. I would be interested in hearing from any Murphys from Cork City.


Email: geoffrey.hart@tfn.com
Country: USA
Date: 19 July 2000
Time: 06:08

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I will be traveling to Cork in just a few short weeks. I will be staying in a small town not too far from Mallow known as NewMarket. Do you folks have any information available on NewMarket? I would sincerely appreciate any and all efforts. Have a great day. Thanks in advance -geoff


Email: roberto.bluesuzi@virginnet.co.uk
Country: uk
Date: 17 July 2000
Time: 14:19

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love craic in cork city.


Email: dgoo5@aol.com
Country: England
Date: 17 July 2000
Time: 13:52

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Very interesting web-site. My great, great granfather (John Lucy) was from Millstreet, Cork. If anyone knows of any Lucy's in Millstreet, I would be very interested to hear from them.


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Country: germany
Date: 17 July 2000
Time: 12:10

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i am keen on staying to IRELAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Email: marbob16@cs.com
Country: U.S.A.
Date: 17 July 2000
Time: 06:59

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We are looking forward to our visit next year. Any comments on best time to visit? We are considering early September. Thanks, Bob Cleary


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Date: 16 July 2000
Time: 14:37

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Email: www.@ercom.ie
Country: Ireland
Date: 16 July 2000
Time: 14:30

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breath taking crosshaven is on the Ford Week.


Email: jhcook@gte.net
Country: USA
Date: 16 July 2000
Time: 14:26

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My husband and I are flying into Shannon and plan to stay in Cobh for our first three days in Ireland. It is our first visit. We would appreciate step-by-step directions from Shannon airport.

Our excitement is beyond compare in anticipatin of our trip.

Thanks so much.

Jean


Email: desmond6@ireland.com
Country: US
Date: 16 July 2000
Time: 09:50

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My daughter, her husband and I are looking forward to visiting Ireland in the near future, I hope! We are working on learning some Gaelic. I am workin gon the genealogy of Desmond, Corbin and RIck, son in law is working on Masson for Scotland. Enjoyed your site. Ginny Nordin http://www.genealogy.com/users/n/o/r/virginia-nordin


Email: eric.ravenna@netcourrier.com
Country: belgium
Date: 16 July 2000
Time: 01:42

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We are going to visit CORK during the 2,3,and 4 augustus 2000. This web site is very well for researching interesting things to visit


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Date: 15 July 2000
Time: 08:47

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Spent time in Kinsale 2 years ago and we're anxiously awating our next trip this fall. Kinsale is the PERFECT place.


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Country: Japan
Date: 15 July 2000
Time: 06:10

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I have been in Cork city about two years ago. And now,everyday I remember such a beautiful and wonderful days in the city. Someday I wish to be there again!

Mousiwakegozaimasen(negoto).


Email: pandb@senet.com.au
Country: Australia
Date: 15 July 2000
Time: 05:28

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Oh to be in Ireland! What a beautiful country - (and a good website too!)


Email: nurabex@indosat.net.id
Country: INDONESIA
Date: 14 July 2000
Time: 19:54

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Your website is exellent, We are manufacturer of wooden furniture, we are find buyer from Co.Cork Please visit our website www.mid-java.com/furniture/nurabex thank you


Email: rappsapp@cinergy.co.uk
Country: Jersey
Date: 14 July 2000
Time: 16:40

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I think County Cork is a marvellous place !!


Email: karen_cochrane@msn.com
Country: northern ireland
Date: 13 July 2000
Time: 08:03

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i am hoping to visit Kinsale before the end of July, and i have found your web site very usefull, with lots of places to see and visit which i would not normanly have know about many thanks.


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Email: sophia.grant@thomasmiller.com
Country: England
Date: 12 July 2000
Time: 05:27

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I think the Cork-Guide is very useful. I used it to find out lots of information on tourist attractions and the history of the Cork area before my trip over at the end of January. I had a fantastic time staying with friends in Douglas. I am hoping to visit again very soon. Keep up the good work!


Email: anne-marie.ashdown@swipnet.se
Country: Sweden
Date: 11 July 2000
Time: 11:34

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What a wonderful site! I was hoping to find some information on my mother's old home in Youghal County Cork. It was a house called Redbarn near a house called Rehill near the Strand. Built by her ancestors it is now apparently a bed and breakfast or was intended to become one.. Would anyone know any details of it or where I might find information. I would love to stay there with my fiancee on our trip to Ireland. My mothers maiden name was Tobin (her first name Carmel) and her father was called Kieran Patrick Tobin brother of Ned Tobin who was quite a sporting identity over that way. If no one can help me I am sure I can just ask my relatives but it would be nice to hear from someone else who might know what has happened to Redbarn in the last few years.

Cheers Anne-Marie Ashdown (please feel free to e mail me)


Email: aimee@e-merge.ie
Country: Ireland
Date: 10 July 2000
Time: 14:56

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An excellent web-site !!!


Email: koemat@tin.it
Country: italy
Date: 09 July 2000
Time: 15:52

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You are really fantastic! I'm planning my holiday in your wonderful country! Cristina


Email: test@tester.com
Country: Testland
Date: 09 July 2000
Time: 14:43

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Email: stimp04@digitalexp.com
Country: US
Date: 09 July 2000
Time: 14:03

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Just what I was looking for. Great job on this site.


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Date: 08 July 2000
Time: 13:31

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brill


Email: jessica@xcelco.com
Country: Ontario-Canada
Date: 08 July 2000
Time: 08:06

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Greetings, We had the pleasure of taking in a couple of fine young lads from Cork for a night who were here to play soccer. If they are anything like the rest of the people in Cork it must be a wonderful place.If you see Brian Condon say hello to him and his friend Diam for us. Good soccer club!


Email: houseofquain@hotmail.com
Country: England
Date: 08 July 2000
Time: 07:04

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Lovely!! I'm from Cork and I'm coming home soon. I'm great!!!!


Email: mike_phillips@ntlworld.com
Country: England
Date: 08 July 2000
Time: 06:37

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Does anyone know the web site for the Cork Evening Echo???if so please email the details


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Date: 08 July 2000
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Email: bungi1@earthlink.net
Country: las vegas, nevada  USA
Date: 07 July 2000
Time: 21:58

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wishing my friend Ann Mednick a safe and wonderful trip to the place her father now rests. I am wishing she finds that rainbows end....ok, maybe not this trip...maybe the next! God speed......Janas


Email: w3fiq@erie.net
Country: Pennsylvania USA
Date: 07 July 2000
Time: 17:51

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Enjoyed my Grandfathers Bantry Ireland and left part of me still there.


Email: gspahl@aol.com
Country: Southern United States
Date: 07 July 2000
Time: 14:57

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Your website/pictures are very interesting. You've piqued my curiosity as to when the Cork railway discontinued service.


Email: eric.vanh@wanadoo.fr
Country: France (Paris)
Date: 07 July 2000
Time: 12:19

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If n e one wants to chat about cork / paris or n e things like this ... be welcom !


Email: eric.vanh@wanadoo.fr
Country: FRANCE
Date: 07 July 2000
Time: 12:15

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happy to hear about eire from here !


Email: djos2@hotmail.com
Country: U.S.A.
Date: 06 July 2000
Time: 13:49

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Of course we all know the Bera Peninsula is the most beautiful place in the world. But when in Castletownbere, did you ever drop in Murphy's Restaurant? John & Joan are outstanding people and they have outstanding food! You can tell them I suggested.

Dalton O'Sullivan -- San Francisco, California


Email: anns_alex@mail.ru
Country: Belarus
Date: 06 July 2000
Time: 05:16

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Dear Sirs. Can you send us an invitation to your country so we can visit it in July? Thanks a lot, Anna and Alexander Zuyev P.S. Will you be so kind to reply us by July 8?


Email: osullivan_rita@hotmail.com
Country: UK
Date: 05 July 2000
Time: 14:37

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Hi, I am a 32 year old girl from Cloonee, Durrus. (The Bog Road in Durrus) Basically, I am a Procurement manager in the IT Industry. I got married to an English guy in Durrus three years ago and my wedding reception was in the west Lodge Hotel. We both love Bantry and West Cork. Luckily, I manage to travel home on business regularly. I love us Irish!Ha!! Is there anyone interested in chatting!! I understand the Mussel Festival went well. I am going to a wedding in Roscommon on Saturday. I have a geourgous blond little boy called nathan Connor. He is 1 year and 9 months!

Look forward to chatting with someone!!

Take care

Regards Rita

PS I was educated in Durrus national School and the bantry secondary school!


Email: caroline.hayes@ipsos.com
Country: England
Date: 05 July 2000
Time: 13:36

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Well presented site - easy to use and full of useful information


Email: sahnedany1@gmx.de
Country: Germany
Date: 05 July 2000
Time: 07:34

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I love Ireland, esp. Cork. That's the reason, why I'd like to do my practical training of the school for economy and foreign languages in that wonderful city. Can somebody of you give me an advice, where I can get an address for that from?? I would like to do it directly in Cork but from Germany it's very difficult to get addresses of firms and hostels, where I can live for 6 weeks. Please help me, I count on you!!!

Daniela Wigbels (17)


Email: buchholj@uni-duesseldorf.de
Country: Germany
Date: 05 July 2000
Time: 02:43

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We are looking forward to come to Cork!


Email: jpsaint_1@hotmail.com
Country: scotland
Date: 04 July 2000
Time: 16:10

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CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP ME? I AM TRYING TO TRACE MY FRIEND FROM CANADA, MARIANNE GRENKIE. I KNOW SHE IS LIVING AND WORKING SOMEWHERE IN KINSALE. PLEASE E-MAIL ME WITH THE NAME OF THE PLACE SHE IS WORKING. THANK-YOU


Email: jpsaint_1@hotmail.com
Country: scotland
Date: 04 July 2000
Time: 16:09

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CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP ME? I AM TRYING TO TRACE MY FRIEND FROM CANADA, MARIANNE GRENKIE. I KNOW SHE IS LIVING AND WORKING SOMEWHERE IN KINSALE. PLEASE E-MAIL ME WITH THE NAME OF THE PLACE SHE IS WORKING. THANK-YOU


Email: 2cool@yoyo.com
Country: Ireland
Date: 04 July 2000
Time: 15:43

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WE would just like 2 say that Aaron w and Noel C are the finest lookin things and if u cum to cork 2 see n e thing it should b them we would just like to say 2 them 'morning'


Email: bojan.drevensek@siol.net
Country: slovenia
Date: 03 July 2000
Time: 10:06

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more information


Email: LiamCork@aol.com
Country: USA
Date: 03 July 2000
Time: 08:31

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Thanks for a very informative website.


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Country: uk
Date: 02 July 2000
Time: 20:16

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i liked the info on castletownbere as this is where my mother is from


Email: dave256@breathemail.net
Country: england
Date: 02 July 2000
Time: 12:10

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need assistance to find accom: for two ladies who will be visiting mitchelstown area, 5th to 14th september 2000, can anyone hel b/b/&em, please e-mail me at address given


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Date: 01 July 2000
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Email: David@Cheswick80.freeserve.co.uk
Country: U.K
Date: 01 July 2000
Time: 03:14

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a very informative and well thought out site a must for people who seek simple,concise solutions to their queries on how to navigate the beautiful city of Cork-a good effort,well done!


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