Ballymascanlon House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... for religious ceremonies. What is known is that those who constructed it had significant astronomical knowledge as well as building skills. For three days on each side of the winter solstice in December, the rising sun casts its rays through the opening to the interior of the chamber in a shimmering beam that lasts for about 20 minutes (on those rare clear winter days in Ireland).
Although the front fašade of Newgrange was reconstructed in modern times, the chamber ...
... to our final destination for the day at Carlingford. Once off the ferry, we followed a series of secondary roads through a number of small country villages, slowing as the streets narrowed in the centre of each town. Carlingford was in the midst of a Bank Holiday carnival, with amusement rides and foods stalls lining the foreshore. The town was full of holiday makers and the medieval streets were busy with a mix of cars and sightseers. Once settled ...
... have become a routine nuisance whilst traveling abroad. If you are a friend or member of my extended family and you routinely use them, I'm sorry but we need to have a serious talk, and during our chat I would like you to give me one justifiable and sane reason why you use this device. At this point in my rant allow me to mention one exception for the selfie stick. If you own and operate a GoPro camera while participating in some kind ...
... We got to town much faster than we had expected so went down along one of the local parks and found a spot to veg in the sun and catch up on some reading.
Tomorrow we head back into Northern Ireland, drop the car in Belfast, then head up to Larne where we will catch our ferry back to England on Tuesday.
... a nap too. She stirred a bit at 9.30am but I didn’t get her up as half an hour isn’t really long enough. She went back to sleep and was still asleep at 10.00am when I woke up and decided we should get up.
Matt got up and into the shower, while I got Emma up and gave her some morning tea, a change and got her dressed. Then I put her on the floor to play while I finished getting ...