Caisleain Oir Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... the road from Bothwell, or Colebrook, down a winding road through high grassy hills - very impressive.
On our trip we agreed to have some meals from the supermarket deli, but once again we ended up at the pub. Mary had soup and a shrimp salad, I had chicken curry again. Maybe one day we will eat cheap and sensible. ....
BTW Marguerite, the b&b owner was lovely, but she was not Marguerite Bramble.
Tomorrow we go back to Dublin and drop off the car. Happy trails ...
As usual, I planned to do everything today. Following the Ireland's Western Way I thought we could do Irelands most northern mainland point - Malin Head and then travel down the tangled north west coastal roads to Donegal. I should have known it was going to be hard when our first stop was Dunluce Castle. A 13th century stronghold high on a windy cliff just outside Bushmills. Mary took 40 million ...
... so by the cars parked along side it, and my mirror got quite close to another car's mirror (it may have had a slight bump) as I tried to stay away from oncoming traffic...it really is a bit unnerving when you have cars coming at you on the other side of the road. I definitely startled Jenn, who then startled me, and after we got ourselves calmed down, we continued along to a beautiful white sandy beach in a small seaside town called Portsteward. We actually ...
... of Lough Gill - a freshwater lake nestled between steep-sided rocky mountains. We stopped to inspect the outside of an old, deserted castle built right on the edge of the lake. It would seem that planning regulations were fairly relaxed when the castle was constructed and you could build wherever you wanted. Lakeside property would be worth a fortune these days, just to have unfettered access to the lake. Parke's Castle was first built in the fifteenth century for ...
... almost falling asleep at the wheel! I had to talk to him to get us there safely! We boarded our flight after making use of the baby change rooms which are now so important to us! We were able to board first due to having Blake with us which was nice. After sitting on Gatwick runway lining up with dozens of other planes waiting to take off we were finally on our way. It was a challenge to keep feeding Blake for all of take-off and landing ...