Boyne Valley Hotel & Country Club
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Today was a much easier day with just a short trip from our castle via the Boyne valley where some famous battle was fought many years ago. Then it was just a little longer in the coach to get in to Drogheda for the last night of our Ireland tour. Hard to believe that this time tomorrow we will be in Scotland. .. once again the weather stayed ok with just a few short showers.
Ireland really has proven to be the country where you can get 4 seasons in 1 hour!
... and during the All-Ireland championships. It was fun to watch people try and hit the sliotor with the Hurley, and to also watch them kick the Gaelic football. The tour was great since we could see behind the scenes and where certain people can sit during a match. All-in-all, it was a great experience to see one of Europe's top ...
... we could go to the seafood place for dinner. So we had a delicious lunch. Micky D's is the same all over the world, thank goodness! For supper we went to the Eastern Seaboard restaurant. Phil got pan Fried mackerel with a salad and hot potato salad. I got appetizers: French olives and bread with olive oil for dipping. It was tasty.
Tomorrow we are supposed to go visit Lord and Lady Bellew. Say a prayer that this goes ...
... but Daniel and I kicked on for a little bit longer! By about midnight we too were stuffed, and completely hungry, so hunted for some food on the way home. We found a Subway in a convenience store, which we hadn't yet had on the trip so far, and decided now was the time. We got to the back of the convenience store and found the Subway here was way different to what we had at home. The hot meats were already heated and kept warm under lights, the salads and cold meats were ...
... exhibition. As Milwaukee residents, we didn't need to spend a lot of time on the "how beer is made" parts. But we did go to the Guinness Academy and learn how to pour the perfect pint. And then got to take our perfect pints with us. We headed upstairs to the pub-type restaurant, had our pints and a sandwich and listened to some great music. We wound up having a lot of fun and getting our euros worth! We then headed towards the Temple ...