Bettystown Court Conference & Leisure Hotel
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Today we embarked on a very windy and rainy day for our on foot bus tour of the rural parts of Ireland. we went first to the Hill of Tara a place where high kings of Ireland were crowned. we then followed this up with a trip to they abbey where scenes of Braveheart were shot. we then saw possibly the best sight of all today at Trim Castle. it also had scenes from Braveheart shot there, we learned all ...
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This morning we left Dublin. By 8:00 we went to breakfast at Bewleys, one of largest and oldest café’s in Dublin. I had granola and fruit in yoghurt. It was very nice. When we got back to our hotel the lady at reception booked us a taxi to take us to Avis car company, as we are driving a hire car to Clare today. The man that drove us was very nice, and had been to Australia in 2006 for a cruise. He didn’t seem to be aware ...
... reminded me a bit of a banana bread loaf, was amazing! I feel I may have to try and recreate it at home! We headed back to the hostel for an early night and to try and sort out our photos etc ready for our tour. The next day was a free day as the tour didn't start until the day after. We had decided to get in a few days before so we could spend that time looking around Dublin. The tour unfortunately didn't do anything in Dublin. So if you got in and were relying on the tour to ...
... burial chamber. The other burial mound was align for the spring equinox. There is a lot more to the story as one of the mounds was used by other civilisations for similar and different purposes. It was time to dash to Dublin airport to return our rental car. Let's just say it is a large complex and it is easy to take the wrong road. The car rental location is a free short bus ride from the airport. We then took an airport bus into the city. Dublin has 1.3 ...
... at me because I almost messed it up. It was fun to make bread we ended up eating the bread we made with our lunch later in the day. We left the kitchen area so the breads could bake and all forty of us squeezed onto a trailer to take a ride up to the bog. I didn't know what a bog was until I was on front of it and our guide was explaining it to us. Back during the ice age a glacier came through the area leaving ice everywhere and what is now the bog eventually became a ...