Castle Grove Country House Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Letterkenny
... the bus station. We got there at about 9:25, and stood on the corner keeping a lookout on both streets as we weren't sure which side it would pull up on. After a bit there was another girl waiting, so we went and stood and chatted with her for a bit. We waited a long time. Then waited some more. The bus never came! So we were a little bit stranded in the middle of nowhere! We ended up walking back up the street to a B&B we had passed earlier, to try find somewhere to stay for ...
... back to the house. We met Darren, grabbed our bag of washing, then walked together around to one of Darren's friends houses. We met Matt and Chris, who were a couple of gamers, doing a game development course at uni, so they were studying for their exams. (Or just gaming, I'm not sure!) We used their washing machine to put on our clothes, then we hung out with them chatting for a little while. After a bit it was time to go pick ...
... designs there, but we still didn't buy one, thinking we'd try get to another place we'd heard about for a look first. So when we were done there we headed out and walked down to the bogside, where Darren walked us around to look at the amazing murals close up, and gave us much more history and information about what they meant. We wandered slowly past all the murals, and past the Bloody Sunday memorial, then after we'd looked around at the murals for ages, we headed down the ...
... the city and then for a walking tour when she explained about 'The Troubles'... Unfortunately the media bet it up a fair bit, and we are the result of the bad impressions. However, I can report that there were valid reasons for the conflict and the city's current population ar by proud of their by 'cultural' city and things have settled down and it is a very pleasant ...
... and the other in Ireland and they were fighting over who was the greatest giant, after yelling at each other across the sea they decided to fight and started to build a bridge across using the rocks. The story then goes that as they were finished the Irish giant saw how big the Scottish giant was, so he ran home and asked his wife to hide him. His wife put him in the bed and dressed him as a baby. Eventually the Scottish giant came looking but when the wife ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet