Coolangatta Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... jogging (FFS it is New Years Day !!!!) I them jumped on a hop on and hop bus which as a backpacker hated them with a passion but now think they are the best thing since sliced bread .... such an easy way to get around the city and see the major site when you dont have a lot of time in a city. So I was in total tourist mode and visited most of the major attractions in the city - Some big church which I think was the first built in Dublin and right next to Dublina - ...
On Thursday, we took it easy and hung around the small town Gort. We started at a tower that the poet Yeats lived in, went to Coole Park where Lady Gregory lived, and then explored the small town of Gort. We saw a cathedral that had been turned into a library, we saw the actual cathedral in the town, and we ...
... narrow and steep circular stairway, the area gets narrower as you go higher and you have to walk through some very low doorways as well. All part of the fun.Lots of other people there as well so the climb to the top was very slow. After all that stuff we went down again via an other stairwell, looked arounf the gardens a bit and departed the Blarney Castle. Walked around the township for a while, very touristy of course but good for the economy. went for a little drive ...