Sea Dew Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... their shuttle to get
our two rental cars. Seemed to take forever to get the paperwork done
which threw us late for the rest of the day. But everyone was nice and
friendly and eventually we hit the road in our little red Nissan Pulsar.
E rode with D in his car, G and M along with James in the lead.
... our way and hope to see more during our stay here. Today was as cold as we have felt. and temp didn't rise above 7 deg C .... made to feel even colder by the wind. All calm tonight so hope it is good tomorrow.
Late leisurely start to the day today. Set off armed with map and instructions from our host. First stop, unscheduled, was at a cattle barn on a back road where a young farmer was feeding the cattle. We struck up ...
... in a vase for us. It is very much like a lovely hotel. We even have our own couch!
So after a bit of red wine and takeaway for dinner I needed to get to bed to prepare for the next days activities.
So Matt is a member of Sligo County Golf Club and we went for a game today. Such an amazing golf course. I don't think I have played on a more devine place! It's a links style course right on the ocean. Needless to say it was pretty cold but I ...
Reference the article 'Nine Brave Men' dated 22 May 08 about the nine KIAs from 82nd Fd Coy RE on 29/30 Jul 1916. My Great Uncle is among them. He was 86972 Pnr Frederick Havelock Peters Tregidgo RE (known as Fred Tregidgo). I wish to point out the correct spelling of his surname which is different from that on the memorial at Bazentine le Petit. He was born in Falmouth on 21 July 1886 and his name can be found (spelt correctly) on the WWI memorial in ...
... are about 2.5m long, pretty much the size of a small car, they all have some sort of carving on them. All the stones and quartz were brought in from as far as 90km away which is a huge feat but typical of all of these sites. One kerbstone in particular they say has a calendar on it, 16 months rather than 12, but with fairly obvious divisions and some extra days and it all adds up to the magic 365 (I stole the detailed photo from the ...