Railway Lodge

Mill Town, Donegal, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mill Town, Donegal, is near Slieve League, Donegal Castle, Donegal Bay Waterbus, and Glencolmcille Folk Village Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Donegal

    Peaceful Countryside

    A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... t picture my grandson dressed in a sports jacket and going to school! But, the students all looked very nice.

    We walked into a pretty church, visited with the attendant and then wandered over toward the castle. We were so tired from yesterday, that we really didn't feel like doing much. The area is very pretty and I could see it would be a great place to spend time and walk trails, but that ...

    A Rock in the Road

    A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... four of us! The driver loads the car, calls another truck and drives off. We are now sitting out on a rock, stranded in the middle of nowhere, with no car! It is a very strange, abandoned feeling. Sure hope it doesn't rain. Another 30 minutes passed before the tow truck arrives and we pile in. Whoopy, what a wild ride. The driver knew the roads and we flew. The key to driving on narrow roads - go down the middle! It was kind of fun, ...

    Glenveagh Castle

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 12, 2014

    14 photos

    ... and cyclists are kept apart from the vehicles on the road. But at one point, the path has to cross the road - a dangerous place indeed! So a whole pedestrian crossing has been constructed, with speed humps and numerous warning signs and lashings of white and yellow paint. All this in a place where, even at peak times, there'll only be one vehicle every 5 minutes or so! It's not quite as complicated as the Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, but it's a good try. And where the path runs alongside ...

    Slieve League

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... of a subsidiary summit called, I think, Crockrawer, though without a map it's difficult to be certain (the sketch map in my guidebook is a work of fiction and the commentary which goes with it is a pack of lies). There's a partial view down the cliffs from here, but not a very good one. And in front, perhaps a kilometre away, I can see what may well be the summit of Slieve League, on a flat area of bog, which is, according to my altimeter, only 22m higher than where I am ...

    Beaches and Legoland

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 10, 2014

    24 photos

    ... where it goes.

    So, having driven through Dunfanaghy, and for a few miles along the main road, I'm able to take a right turn onto the WAW and enjoy relatively traffic-free conditions. It's not long before I see an attractive place to stop, Meenlaragh. This has a quayside for use by the ferries which connect with the islands of Inishbofin and Tory Island. Inishbofin can be plainly seen, just a couple of miles away, with, perhaps, 20 houses around its own ...