Breaffy Woods Hotel
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Nach dem Frühstück ging es um 08.30 Uhr los in Richtung Norden. Wir fuhren aus Belfast los, am größten irischen Süßwassersee vorbei, dem Lough Neagh, 9m - 25 m tief, ein Paradies für Angler (auch Lachse). Wir kamen durch den Ort " Bushmills", bekannt für den gleichnamigen Whiskey. Die Destille arbeitet jedoch …
... decided the steeper last 1,000 vertical feet to the summit weren’t in my cards. It was well worth the work of hiking up and down, though, for the spectacular views over island-studded Clew Bay and out towards Clare Island.
So that raises the question, does Mayo (Mayonnaise) come from County Mayo? It sounds like it should. I actually know the answer to the question of where mayonnaise gets its name from, and it’s not in Ireland. Any ...
... and a chat with a friendly local, we arrived at our B&B for the day - set on a substantial block of land (maybe 1.5 acres) in a farmland setting. The rooms are very comfortable and we have excellent views over the lovingly attended gardens, with a large river in the background. Dinner was eaten in a local bar / restaurant where we enjoyed another wonderful meal. Our journey up the west coast continues tomorrow, hopefully in slightly warmer ...
... London merchants who poured money into it to start a settlement here but it is more popularly known as Derry now which was its name originally.
The city was very much in the thick of the 2nd World War also, although it was bombed only lightly. At the end of the war the German U boats were brought just off the coast and scuttled and lie at the bottom of the ocean.
In the 1700s and 1800s onwards it has been the jumping off point for passengers to the New ...
... s cottage.
Since 1920 Kylemore has been the home to a community of Benedictine nuns, and at one time, they ran it as a boarding school for girls. It is now the number one tourist attraction in western Ireland.
There are miles of paved pathways throughout the property and acres of gardens to explore.
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