Carrigan House

Address: Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in Dunfanaghy, is near The Workhouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Dunfanaghy

    Just 36 hours to go

    A travel blog entry by mmmike on Dec 29, 2014

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    ... rather than apprehension about whether I would be able to cope with the activities. Last appointment with my physio tomorrow morning for final advice on how to keep flexible while we are away. Her efforts so far have been a game-changer.

    So - you'll hear from us again as we take off for Rio on Wednesday at lunchtime.

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    Free Derry

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 20, 2014

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    ... was no different, heading north through a small town called Headford we took a few turns and found ourselves winding down a small lane to the abandoned Ross Errilly Friary, originally built in about 1460 this epic stone building now is only home to the crows and some graves of the local clergy.

    Arriving with its old bell tower still cloaked in fog and a chill that made the place mythic we had a ...

    McSwynne's Gun

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... large unspoilt beach, Tramore Strand. Both Errigal and Muckish are prominent to the south and I can see that huge cairn on Muckish quite clearly. From the beach, I intend going northwards, past a second beach at Pollaguill Bay and then along the coast, passing such notable places as Harvey's Rocks, Crockaclogher and the Nose of Scoltnavan. But I've hardly left the beach when there's a substantial barbed wire fence blocking the way ...

    Getting There

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... up, the limit is still 100 - whereas in a similar type of area in England it would be 40mph or even 30mph. At first I can't imagine how the detector vans ever catch anyone, but perhaps some Irish drivers are worse than I think. This is borne out by the amount of tyre marks on the roads caused by burning rubber - it looks like the local boy racers do rather a lot of handbrake turns!

    A lot of places and buildings, even roadside telegraph poles, are decked out in the ...

    Second Day of Work - For Real

    A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Oct 23, 2013

    ... were able to take our groceries in! Yay! We hung out there for a while then went back to the studio. We really didn't do much there though. We looked around at what we needed to do and I think we left after an hour...it was a slow day.

    The rest of the day was just relaxing. Our house had dinner together and a reflection after. I think that's all I did...I'm sorry I'm so boring.

    Don't stop reading please, other entries are better.
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