Glendalough Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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In our clean and comfy hotel, we had a lie in and got our stuff together to check out and leave for the airport around midday. The lift took another 10 minutes to come down as there was only one for 20 floors! When the doors opened it was full and merely fit both of us and our backpacks inside, I had to go in forwards and stay there I couldn't move which was awkward for the person facing me about 10cm from ...
... and some nibbles and got to share stories of our trips. We walked around the city for a while trying to decide what to do for dinner when we saw all the horse and carriages. We caught one to Lygon Street and had Italian for dinner before catching the tram home. On Monday we had a bit of a lazy morning before heading into the city to meet everyone to watch the Melbourne Cup parade. It was a bit boring and we had to stand in the hot ...
... in the world in the Mont Tremblant IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship and the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona. We are hoping we can do this again and given her level of commitment and determination I am sure we will.
The surprise visit from the golden hair child, our son David in Mont Tremblant just made the trip even more special.
We recommend to all of you to get out and see as much of the world as possible before you get too old. It ...
... now we are on this side of the world. Matt on the other hand went for a trip into Melbourne to look around and enjoyed a lovely meal with his sister Rach, brother-in-law Mike and had a few cuddles with his nephew James.
Come on Melbourne, don't got backwards...show us the lovely warm days you like you gave us on day 1.
Cheers, The Berrys
... stop at a highly questionable establishment. I thought the bus would be full of backpackers, I was wrong, there was a handful of us, the rest of the bus was made up of a myriad of people, some I steered well clear of. As we went into the dodgy looking 'roadhouse' I started to worry that I had entered an episode of 'Murder she wrote' and any minute now I would spot Jessica Fletcher and someone would meet a fatal end. Back on the bus I was determined ...