Apparo Restaurant & Hotel

Address: 18 St. Patrick's Street, Draperstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT45 7AL, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 18 St. Patrick's Street, Draperstown, is near River Moyola.
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    Travel Blogs from Draperstown

    On our way to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by kentandsue on Sep 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... s Causeway. This area along the coast has some really unusual rock formations. We spent about 45 minutes hiking through the area and taking pictures. The bus driver had talked a lot about the sea salted caramel ice cream that was available at a gift shop there. Every time we stopped he would say the last person back on the bus had to buy everyone an ice cream cone. We tried the ice cream, which was as good as he said. Then we ...

    Sometimes it's good, sometimes it's not!

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 05, 2015

    12 photos

    ... far behind in Australian terms. We travelled about 100 miles, certainly no more but still the locals are agog that we've been that far today. We stopped at the compulsory castles but not at the compulsory whisky distilleries, visited the Carrick Rope Bridge and Giants Causeway, got lost in Derry yet managed to arrive just before 8 o'clock. There are some shots of the bridge and myself and Lee and heaps of ...

    Derry / Londonderry

    A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Aug 14, 2015

    4 photos

    ... news back in the 80s. The guide was difficult to understand because of his thick accent. But he was very interesting, telling us about the history of the city, then also about "the troubles" which referred to all the bombings we used to read about & see on the TV news. He was very proud that the city had finally achieved peace, & hoped that the peace continued. He also explained about the Apprentice Boys club & how it originated. Apparently during ...

    Port Rush

    A travel blog entry by sgillies on Apr 20, 2015

    9 photos

    Today we ventured back into the Republic of Ireland. We toured the Inishowen Peninsula and visited the northernmost point in Ireland. After existing Londonderry (Northern Ireland), we drove through a town called Buncrana (Republic of Ireland), a favourite seaside town for the locals. Then onto Dunree Head. A point on the headland that overlooks Lough (pronounced Loch) Swilly. A fort was built there in 1798 to counter the threat of a ...

    The Craic with Craig

    A travel blog entry by augem1 on Oct 15, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... setting to be in – absolutely fantastic.

    On our way back to Maynooth, we had stopped in a city called Armagh, which is the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland. It is where St. Patrick had preached Christianity to Irish people in the 5th century. Dad and I had visited two cathedrals within Armagh named after St. Patrick – the Roman Catholic cathedral, and the older Church ...