Gougane Barra Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Afterwards we went upstairs for dinner and they were just slammed from so many people coming in for dinner. We ended up at kind of a lousy table but at least we could watch all the servers in action - they were a well oiled team. On Wednesday (7/30) Dennis drove up to the office in Limerick but I had decided to stay behind. As soon as he left I took a very nice long walk up the gap - made it almost to the barracks. It was a beautiful sunny morning. It seems ...
... we would buy if a) they didn't take up space in our packs, b) we didn't have to carry them around for the rest of the trips on our backs, and c) beer were not a higher priority for our monetary spending. We also looked in a gallery and looked at all the really neat photography for places we'd been. The day ended perfectly, with Irish beers at a local pub, listening to music and (sometimes unsuccessfully) talking to locals (their accents can be quite ...
... up over the cliffs and then disappears over the landscape. Then the view is back, crystal clear. I know it looks cold in some of the photos but the weather is quite mild as far as the temperature goes.The tourist shops and amenities here have been dug into the hill sides so as not to spoil the landscape, feels like we are in a Lord of the Rings movie set lol,well I suppose Leprechauns arn't too far removed
Totally wind blown we now head on to the scenic route to Galway Bay
... She had given me a special set of things she wanted. She pulled up some jewelry she wanted on the Internet. I am having a hard time finding any!
I slept all the way to Killarney. Brian wanted to organize a trip to ross castle for some picture taking, but with half of the group still sick, we decided not to go. When we checked in, I went to sleep and didn’t get up until the next ...
... Megan and Colleen were AMAZED at this process and the fact that Julie even lived on a cow farm. I tried to explain to them that we have farms in Barre and I knew that this was the process. Colleen thought that they still used their hands to milk the cows...not a machine. Needless to say, coming from Barre I am able to relate more to Ireland living than those city girls. Other things Colleen and Megan thought were ...