Rest A Wyle B&B
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... blown away and the sun shone down on the water, making for some beautiful pictures.
After reaching Donegal, we booked into the Abbey Hotel, then made our way to the Castle Restaurant where I sampled Irish seafood for the first time. Fresh Donegal Oysters, followed by lemon sole fillets stuff with crabmeat. Sublime! I am afraid I will be wearing a Moo Moo when I get back to work.
Then just to give the kids a ...
Our plans for Monday were to make our way out of Northern Ireland and explore County Donegal and spend the night in Donegal Town. We had no real plans for the day other than to see the county. We were again pleased to have perfect weather, which is extremely rare in this part of Ireland. We left the Antrium coast and headed west along the coast where we drove through Derry, which is the only remaining walled city in Ireland. It is ...
Gas is 1.34 Euros per liter, translates to 5.07 per gallon, $5.79 U.S. Killybegs is a remote fishing village. We had a delightful local expert to fill us in on the details. We had lunch here, for me puréed vegetable soup, and a delicious brown bread. Brown bread is the new soda bread. The cafe was famous for desserts so I tasted ...
... the road from Bothwell, or Colebrook, down a winding road through high grassy hills - very impressive.
On our trip we agreed to have some meals from the supermarket deli, but once again we ended up at the pub. Mary had soup and a shrimp salad, I had chicken curry again. Maybe one day we will eat cheap and sensible. ....
BTW Marguerite, the b&b owner was lovely, but she was not Marguerite Bramble.
Tomorrow we go back to Dublin and drop off the car. Happy trails ...
... Island can also be seen, but is several miles out to sea. It has a lighthouse and a population of around 170.
But the best feature of Meenlaragh is its huge sandy beach, stretching in a 2-mile arc towards Inishbofin. It's too tempting to ignore and I walk the whole length of it and back again. By the time I've finished, it's so warm that I'm wishing I hadn't left my shorts and sun hat in Stourport.
A few miles further along the coast, there's a ...