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Not really a park, more of a long lawn stuck between the road and the river, this is where we go when we want a longer walk. You can easily access it by following the River's edge from Fitzegerald Park. A path goes past the Shaky Bridge, along the wall of the Mardyke's sports field, crosses a road…
Views of the River Lee, a nice green area with lots of friendly people out walking and running.
Very nice walk beside the river. Perfect for jogging, cycling or a simple walk.
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“Initially conceived in the early 18th century by wealthy merchants presumably anxious to part their fellow citizens from their cash, this has remained Cork's main shopping hub. An easy couple-of-minute's stroll from The English Market and known locally as "Pana" the broad, curving street boasts many fine shops including upmarket department store Brown Thomas. Shopping, of course, is one thing, but the citizens of Cork are a sociable bunch and, particularly during fine weather, visitors will see groups of friends and family simply chatting and spending time together.”
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“Full Vegan Menu. Artistic alternative. Connect with the bohemian side of Cork. Right on the river across from the iconic Cork monument.”
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“Sherkin Island is well known as an ‘Island of the Arts’. Currently home to over 30 working artists, you can't find a more impressive environment for inspiration. Sherkin also boasts some of the most tranquil and breathtaking walks. Three leisurely and comfortable walks are available on Sherkin Island. Sherkin is accessible by a ferry from Baltimore, a 40 minute drive from Inchydoney.”
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