Magherabuoy House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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After a very busy day driving from Clifden and a very hectic arrival into Sligo . . . rush hour, the road to our hotel closed for bridgework and an 'unplanned' tour of downtown . . . we walked out to an early dinner, taking a few photos along the way.
No time for sightseeing around Sligo in the morning on ...
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We left the "Tidy Town" of Westport and went North towards Northern Ireland. On the way, we made a short stop at the grave of the poet W.B. Yeats. Next, it was a stop in the town Donegal for lunch and a visit to Donegal Castle. The Donegal Castle dates back to the 11th century and was burned by the last of the O'Donnell clan rulers as the fled after they were defeated by the British in 1607. After ...
... is no rest for the wicked. back on the bus to visit Dunluce Castle. Duunluce Castle is perched on the edge of a rocky cliff. built in the Middle Ages, it resisted several sieges from marauders only to have part of the castle fall into the sea on a night while the O'Donnels were entertaining friends-14 servants went with it. Yikes! Finally we head back to Portrush, a sea side resort, where we were bedding down for the second ...
... and even offered to drive over and let us follow him. We were able to easily locate the place once I wrote down the instructions. The kind owner recommended a lovely restaurant called Ramores. I had the salmon over mashed potatoes and gravy. The potatoes melted in my mouth! It was lightly misting when we left the restaurant, so I couldn't talk John into a walk on the beach. Came back and skyped Andrew (he is doing well...was tired!). It ...