Strandhill Caravan and Camping Park
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Loved staying in this campground. All the sites were nestled in little dunes which helped to protect from the wind. Beautiful to be by the sea!
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Ok - so we left Ballyshannon on our way to Westport. Great ocean views and a lot of cattle/sheep. Great ride - I really like Sliago area - the town of Innisscone has some great beaches.
So we are now in Westport - having dinner on the quay - tomorrow night we head to the pub by the name of Matt Molloy - owned by the Chieftains - if I have to tell you who the Chieftains are - well - you are not Irish nor do you like Van Morrison.
Well we left Bunbeg in the rain - stopped in Ardara to shop for woolen items
Headed to Ballyshannon - a very old town started by the Vikings - had a great dinner at Nivana
Mai Kelly's place was great - although at first blush a little out of the ...
... and a rest I completed the circuit and returned to our hotel for a lunch of soup in the bar. After a rest I drove down to Rosses point and walked along the beach. Back at the hotel Marg filled me in on her meeting and we then planned our trip fro tomorrow which we had left open until now. We dined in town at a lovely pub called Hargadons after successfully negotiating the one way streets of Sligo ...
... min drive along the N17. The hotel is set in pleasant grounds with beds of brightly coloured begonias. It is a busy hub for local conferences and the restaurant and bar are well patronised. There is also a leisure centre that was available for our use. I swam as much as the frozen shoulder would allow and then chilled out in the 'jacuzzi'. Very refreshing.
We ate chicken burgers in the hotel and ...
Drumcliffe church, where WB Yeats was brought back fromFrance and buried.
A drive to the Atlantic shores, past Classiebawn Castle Mullaghmore Ireland.
To North Ireland to tour Belleek Pottery manufacturers then lunch in Donegal.
Queen Maeve's Tomb
This enormous cairn atop Knocknarea is 55 meters in diameter by 10 meters high. Folklore says it was built for the mythical Iron Age Queen Maeve, and ...