Admiralty House

Carrownaffe, Moville, County Donegal, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Moville

Derry - Londonderry - Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters

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... because the English wanted to show that they support England. But that was a long time ago. About 40 years ago, the Irish and the English got in a fight, because Ireland were protesting because they wanted equal rights, like us. They had heard that the U.S.A got their rights, and they wanted theirs. All of the sudden the English started firing. They were in a fight for decades with both sides hurting the other, then ...

Yeates to "Legen-Derry"

A travel blog entry by craigmorris

2
58

... ourselves and our instruments and had a tune up and short rehearsal with the instruments that we have. We are picking up the cellos and basses tomorrow before our concert so for tonight the lower strings SANG their part……I won’t even tell you how bad the rehearsal went! It goes without saying that the kids are much better at playing their instrument……
We are trying to put a short video on the blog to give ...

Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by themoloneys

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This morning we watched a bit of the D-Day 70th Anniversary coverage. It was neat to see the places that we have been to on television including Arromanches and pegasus bridge. We had a proper irish fry for breakfast. We then started the drive down to Giant's Causeway. Along the way we stopped at Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. It has been there since the 1600's when fishermen realized that salmon passed by this island and got trapped in the ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by themoloneys

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... fish and chips feast in the park by the beach with views to Rathlin Island and Scotland. It is a beautiful little village with beaches and cliffs and views. The cliff behind our picnic photo is called Fair Head and is 196m high. Just doing some google searches of the area and guess what we just found out this minute?!?! Our hotel was the site of an IRA bomb in 1973. There have been a few bombs ...

Amazing grace how sweet thou art.....

A travel blog entry by heatherham

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... point of the island. We were actually still in Ireland. The road took us straight up a mountain (see photo) and over the top. Breathtaking views of the rugged coastline. Stopped and took photos then onto the coast road. Short a few signposts but a talkative farmer got us and many others on the right road. They became roads again and the only other lane way we went on was to Malin Head (the most northerly point) and back again. As with all ...

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