Ballaghderg, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
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The Bogside Artist!

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... the proper place. We thanked them then headed off. We walked down into the woods, and hoped it wasn't a long walk, as it was already 3:30 (meaning it was starting to get dark!) so we walked down to the track that followed the river and wandered down a bit, avoiding the massive puddles and bogginess. We passed a pretty old bridge and walked through the beautiful trees and past a very cool waterfall that ran under our feet as we crossed a little bridge. After this, the path was getting ...

More Live Music

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... back to the house. We met Darren, grabbed our bag of washing, then walked together around to one of Darren's friends houses. We met Matt and Chris, who were a couple of gamers, doing a game development course at uni, so they were studying for their exams. (Or just gaming, I'm not sure!) We used their washing machine to put on our clothes, then we hung out with them chatting for a little while. After a bit it was time to go pick ...

The Troubles

A travel blog entry by kyajade


We woke up today and showered and got ready then met Darren and Joshua downstairs and had a chat in the lounge about a bit of Irish history, then we all walked together down the street. Daz and I stopped at a bakery for some food, so Darren and Joshua kept walking to find a cash machine. When we met up again Joshua had gone. Apparently he had gotten an invite to the sound check of the classical orchestral performance he was attending that night, so he'd gone off to that. So the three ...

Galway to Letterkenny Day 8

A travel blog entry by susiemayeurope


... vision was exact in detail. Today the site is behind a glass screen to protect the Apparition. The Catholic religion makes up for 82 percent of the religions in the district. Sligo famous for the writer William Butler Yeats " Tread softly on my Dreams " a line from one of his famous poems. We are at Letter Kenny staying at The Radisson, seen some beautiful sights today but no photographs rained on and off most of the ...

Irish Road Trip - Derry and the Giants

A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... Derry was I just need to explain a major downfall of London. In London NO ONE smiles at each other or makes eye contact, EVER! In fact if you make eye contact with someone they become your creepy bus stalker... But that is an entirely different story. I really miss people simply being friendly. Sometimes it is even like that at school, where we would say hi or smile when we are walking past other people or the kids, they don't have that same culture over here.


This hotel, located on Ballaghderg, Letterkenny, is near Loop Head, Grianan Aileach Ring Fort, Glebe House and Gallery, and Mount Errigal.
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