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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... started looking a little less green and pastoral and a lot more mountainous and wild. The skyline contained nothing but the Donegal Mountains, high and rocky, not something I expected in Ireland, where I have always just imagined rolling hills. Very spectacular though, and the different colours and textures were not something I've seen before. We drove straight through them and got our first glimpses of Donegal Bay. The ...
... of completion (lots of practice). This was followed by a lesson on the tin whistle. We were all given one and our local expert, a talented musician, taught us the first line of three blind mice, or at least he tried. Much hilarity, squeaks and squeals. Then he entertained us on the flute and mandolin (a Gibson), leaving us wanting ...
... Sparkie wouldn't let me to go! It was so scary and funny at the same time! Amalie (the donkey) just pushed me and pushed and pushed. Asking for more treats. Luckily I did get out of there and went to bring them some carrots... :D) And four dogs! (We took them for a walk the other day and we have river here... So one of the dogs - Abbey - just jumped into the river. Me and Anu were quite shocked. But ...
... The day the van was being repaired we spent the whole day in the library at Stranraer, as we had exhausted all the points of interest around the town. It was ok to just spend the day surfing the Internet, checking emails, doing banking etc. We ended up getting the head gasket changed, without needing any further work on the heads themselves, a full service for the van as well as getting the timing belt changed, all for £730. So the car was good as new (we hope) & we ...
... there must be a million miles of them, neatly dividing every small, square, green field and marking the boundaries of every house. With just about every house a double story white house with a grey roof and gables, there is a strong sense of conformity. There is almost none of the advertising that blights our Australian scenery and each new village is a wending, narrow street of cuteness with an occasional thatched ...