Westport Coast Hotel

Address: The Quay, Westport, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on The Quay, Westport, is near Westport House, Westport Golf Club, Marlene's Chocolate Haven, and Clew Bay Archaeological Trail.
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    Off to Westport

    A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on Jun 03, 2015

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    Up early to finish packing and make sure we have everything. Berna has a client coming at nine. When he arrives, his father offers to drive us to the bus stop. This is a great help since we have all of our luggage with us. We take the 145 bus to Heuston Station, the last stop. We get in early so we have time for a breakfast at the station. Peter opts for the full Irish breakfast and I just order egg and bacon, plus a scone to take with us. This time we ...

    Derry, Londonderry, Strabane, Donegal and Sligo

    A travel blog entry by jelainew on May 16, 2015

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    ... many pictures because it made me worse but still got some pics. Derry and Londonderry are the same thing but it is located in Northern Ireland and but the republic and union call it two different things based on the way they feel. Some want it to be part of the republic and the some want to keep it separate. However in Derry is where I had my first fish n chips which was ...

    Day seven

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 15, 2015

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    ... in 1867 as a home. Kylemore Castle became a Benedictine Monastery and then a school in The early 1920's. Nuns are still in residence and the castle and gardens are open to the public for self guided tours. We had lunch here then back to the coach and down thru the mountains, hills, and dales and back to our castle for the night. Tonight dinner will be in the dungeon. Lighter country food, nice and ...

    Some observations

    A travel blog entry by tkerrone on May 12, 2015

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    ... in the small towns, speak with a charming accent. Don can imitate the lyrical, musical rhythms of their speech. - the tombstones I'm cemeteries are very neatly organized - all headstones face the same direction and the rows are aligned - houses in the countryside are mostly painted white or cream, but shops in the villages are painted blu, peach, yellow, green -CCTV cameras are mounted everywhere and signs are clearly posted so people know they are being monitored - levers to open ...

    Episode 5

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 08, 2014

    33 photos

    ... then on to New York. Commercial flights lasted less than 10 years, from 1937 to 1946 because by that time many land bases were available having been well developed during the war years. Both Pam Am and Imperial (later to become BOAC the forerunner to British Airways) both flew out of here. The biggest aircraft was the Boeing B314, she carried 34 passengers and 9 or 10 crew. Even had a honeymoon suite:

    It was in one of the rooms in this building ...