Bridge House Hotel, Spa and Leisure Club
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We are travelling today. We drove about 4 hours from Dingle to Shannon Harbor. We had a beautiful rainbow while we were driving out of Dingle. Short blog tonight; all we did was drive. Tomorrow we go to Clara bog and then on to Drogheda. We start seeing Ballew family sites when we get ...
... to America. My home country is suffering from a terrible famine. Our potato crops have been failing for the past few years. I feel so weak and frail. My brother tries his hardest to get us what he can find, but I understand that it is hard for him. I'm going to miss Ireland dearly, but there is a new and promising life waiting for me in the big cities across the ...
... for the 3 hour drove up to Sligo on the west coast of Ireland. All we can basically say is that everyone should come here at least once in their life and see what an amazing country this really is. Such beautiful countryside. Rolling hills, livestock in the fields and snow capped mountains. Breathtaking.
We did have one incident on the way up here. We turned off at one view point and got some pretty good pictures and decided to stop off at the next ...
... taking up all the room on narrow roads. They are man-made mounds and older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids in Egypt. Of course no-one will know exactly what they were for, but everyone has fun speculating. Newgrange is in the Boyne valley (no time to look for the battle site though), and we just timed it for the double tour to both Knowth and Newgrange. The visitor centre is very new, another one that looks almost like a hobbit hole, ...
... are nice and it was quite open around the houses with lots of single storey homes rather than the three or four storey places in the cities we’d been to with their narrow streets. There were two swans just sitting quietly in the calm water by the rocks, they looked very peaceful and pretty in that setting. So we’ve visited, though not seen the sunset other than in a couple of paintings.
Today’s big task was ...