Gold Coast Golf Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Banquet room
TripAdvisor Reviews Gold Coast Golf Resort Dungarvan
Travel Blogs from Dungarvan
... I changed bus in Cahir then again in Clonmel, where I'm at now. Funny that the bus driver missed to inform me about the fact that there's three different bus stops in Clonmel. As it's me we're talking about I got off on the stop furthest away from where the next bus leaves. After being misdirected three times(don't ask old ladies about the way) I got to the main bus station 40 min later. So I'm sitting here now waiting to ...
... where our lunch is at a gift shop. After an hour we were back on the bus and headed to our hotel in Tramore. Due to Toby feeling unwell we did not go to the Irish music and songs afternoon at the pub. Instead we stayed back at the hotel and went for a walk into town to post Jye's postcard. I went into a local hairdresser and asked for a fringe cut. I had a fantastic fringe trim with blow dry ...
... could it really be?.....nah, surely not, NOT ALISTAIR!!!! my old friend, Ali?....don't be daft,...but then again think on... He does seem to arrive a little later each evening with some story about having "gear trouble" to account for a lost hour or two - enough time to remove a vital part from a Joe-Cuzy! This is a shocking discovery and one that if true, is worthy of some form of recompense, but first I must confront him. I hurry away to the room to set up the ...
... they are 300euro approximately. I myself will not be going near any flea-ridden mutts and I am banking on the fact a very small percentage of people get rabies when travelling. Fiona was slightly more worried but has come to the conclusion that a vaccine won't be needed as long as she stays within a few hours of a hospital. In my travel world hospital means a little bag in my backpack which consists of plasters, immodium, ...
... follows the Poulanass Waterfall, which you will remember from my previous photos of Glendalough! It then enters the Lugduff Valley, where we began a steep climb up more than 600 wooden steps to a viewing point that overlooks Upper Lake. A 1.2km boardwalk then hugged the cliff, before the trail cut down through the forest and back towards the lake.
While the stairs were a nice workout, the most ...