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... of Gore -Booth sisters who were prominent revolutionists in the early 1900's The younger sister Eva was the first woman in the British Parliament. Yeates was often a visitor to this wonderful house. Walking through reminded us of Downton Abbey. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos inside. Tomorrow off to Athlone. R an ...
Today was our longest day of driving so far in one day so our plans were to stay on the road and not stop for sightseeing. We did find a few thing online that were intriguing so stops may happen. We had a relaxed morning and breakfast in the hotel and got on the road around 10:00. After an hour or so, we saw signs for ...
So we have been very lousy with writing here. But we found an awesome family we are staying with for some time now. We help them out in the garden and some other things around the house. We love it here! We have a donkey! And a pony! (I went to the open field couple of days ago and I had only two apples with me. So I got to the pony and the donkey and gave them those apples. Then started going back and ...
Leaving today to drive back to Dublin before flying to London tomorrow. Had s great night with family last night at Ardtrasna with Charlie & Olivia meeting their cousins (fourth removed) for the first time. Lots of fun and a beautiful evening with a great view. Have dropped the kids for ...
... great service, Irish Hospitality!! The drive out was nice when we got to the N4 as it was through green countryside showing Ireland at its best. Lots of stone cottages, rolling green hills and cows. Many quaint pubs and shops along the way. We then stopped at a small picturesque town with loads of native ducks and swans. Arrived in Sligo at about 4pm and easily found the Sligo Town Hotel ...