Golf Links House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... WiFi coverage and 4g.
In the morning, I went down to breakfast at 9:30. There was another couple eating and one just coming down. The coffee urn was empty and it was very quiet at the front desk. I asked the woman who was eating if she knew if there was coffee. She informed us that the desk clerk had been there, but quit in a panic at 9:30! There was bread for toast, a toaster, milk and oj and cold cereal. No hot breakfast available! I made toast and ...
... murals and photographs. We were surprised that the division is still so strong today even though they signed the Good Friday agreement in 1998 for peace. An extra 3 metres has been added to the "peace" wall separating republican and loyalist neighborhood, having to double up on essential services and only introducing intergrated schooling lees than 10 years ago are all examples of this but none were as prominent as ...
Travel day today. I was up at 5:25 am. Not much sleep. But we have a flight at 8:20 am. We got ourselves sorted and to the taxi by 6:15. I of course did not let the clotted cream go to waste. Had some in our coffee and scraped the bin for the last two spoonfuls!!!! Not really feeling rested, but then again I shouldn't be with only about four hours of sleep. We were ready and met the taxi driver who helped us with our luggage. Our bags were heavy, and my hand scale said ...
... a relgious organization that is world wide that Brandt has friends in and the boys house who we were staying at. I was a little bit hesitant about going, but decided to go.
We arrived in another small outskirt neighboorhood and I found myself being the only girl surrounded by many men who chose relgion as their calling in life. More and more people began to arrive, even females, and we had some wine, cheese, and great conversation. We finally met Brandt's ...
We had a hearty "Irish breakfast" at our B&B before heading out for our first day of riding. The weather was great and the enthusiasm was high.
Of course, we had to get accustomed to driving on the left, and some of us also getting used to a different bike and navigating roundabouts... but we were undaunted!!
We had made the decision to ...