Carlingford Holiday Homes
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... that could fit one or two cars but no more. Clearly the good folks of Down are not keen to glorify their pagan ancestors. From the laneway I walked down a long pathway which had stone walls on either side and tree/viney things growing out of them. The tree/viney things form a sort of arch over the pathway, very creepy. Oh and there were thorns to snag my clothes as well, you cant have a creepy pathway without thorns. At least it offered some shelter from the wind and rain. Finally ...
... was established as a Coach Inn in 1642. It is in very good condition, although there is not much room to stable the horses anymore. After settling in and having some lunch I meandered down the road to the Down County Museum. The museum is located in the "new" Downpatrick Gaol. The new gaol operated between 1796 and 1830. The old gaol no longer exists but it original site is where the local high school is now. I know some ...
... keep this place up. It started life as a tower house and gradually was added on to. A Spanish lady wedded into the family and spent her dower cash on fixing it up to look like a "real" castle. All the decorations on the outside are just for show!
Rosemary and Bru both like to garden. I must say the flowers here are amazing! It reminds me of New ...
... My scissors from home! Anyway 1/2 hr later Kev looks 10yrs younger. Balbriggan appears to be a working class town, multicultural. Had bread rolls, cream cheese and smoked salmon for t, with a G & T. Tooooo busy to miss anyone yet. Have just booked at the following for 3nights from 12th. https://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/conte nt/booking/detail/success?token=51F2B02 9FC1244418797D73966885B72&payment_t oken=109151d209fd7b6361cdf749089b9ef954 ...
... of Carrickfergus in County Antrim, on the northern shore of Belfast Lough. Besieged in turn by the Scots,Irish, English and French, the castle played an important military role
until 1928 and remains one of the best preserved medieval structures in Ireland.
Carrickfergus was built by John de Courcy in 1177