Coolangatta Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... adults never really took the evacuations seriously, convinced that someone would rob their houses if they all left at the same time. They also very much believe that it is in the hands of God and there is nothing they can do about it.
About a month ago the very thing that the villagers of Jiquilillo have been dreading for the past six months came to pass. In the middle of the night, during some of the ...
... ice cream as we had
a taste of some different and delicious flavours such as Brown bread and sea
salt (which I purchased - it was that good). Briony tried the Gin which had
about 70% Gin in it! Ha ha she didn’t buy that one. But no Dingle is very
famous for it’s dolphin Funghi. The short is Funghi escaped a London aquarium
and wound up off the coast near Dingle. Dingle was a small fishing community so
when this dolphin would appear in the same spot ...
... for our luggage to spin around, we quickly walked through the "Green Check" customs line without so much as a nod from the security guard. 75 feet away was our Hertz rental car desk and 10 minutes later we were in our little Nissan Juke....puttering along the expressway headed north to Tulla. I have to admit my hands were shaking a little as I pulled out onto the M19 expressway. Left side, stay on the left side I kept telling myself. The ...
... Cork, who instantly became a group I've been looking out for in terms of new songs and upcoming shows. As an aside- I was just down in Kilkenny last week and the quality of music was still extremely high with great music in the 3 pubs I happened upon. Namely, the local group Irishtown struck a chord (get it?) with me.
This June kicked off the London 2012 Festival, which touched Northern Ireland through a series of Cultural Olympiad Events ...
... 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 ...