Castle Grove Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The Thursday before Easter Margot and I traveled with our friends Ian and Isabel Orr to take the ferry to Ireland and spend a week in their cottage overlooking Killyhoey strand near Dunfanaghy. We were joined by Davy and Mary Hill, two other friends from our days at Queens University Belfast.
Apart from heavy ...
... till Dervish and I had really seen everytything there was to see in Derry and was kinda getting bored to be honest! sh, oh I had also walked down to the "hands across teh water' statue which is symbolic and very important, so yeah I walked up the cemetary, on a huge hill, took 5-10 minutes just to reach the top! my God the view. Donegal in the distance, the rolling hills upon hills. and by now I was so familiar with the layout of Derry that it was something else to see it up ...
... is this beach. I spent as much time as I could collecting shells without making the other two wait too long. I will definitely go back again tomorrow when I can. This is a gloriously beautiful place. We are located about 5 miles from Northern Ireland. The fields are all full of ewes and lambs, and the view out the front of the house is of the ocean and the harbour on the other side.
Despite having a very full itinerary tomorrow (we will leave at 10 ...
TODAY. WAS. AWESOME.
It started off with........work. But it was a good day. We finished hanging pictures on one of the walls in the Bogside Artists gallery and it looks so good (See picture). And right as we were hanging the last picture, some people came in to look at the wall! All the pictures are black and white canvases about civil rights and "Free Derry" and John Hume. He is an important figure in Derry during the ...
... Peter and I opted to talk the walking tour down to the Causeway with the Guide and then we raced back up the hill to beat everyone else so we could relieve ourselves in the restrooms first.! Then on to Derry where we stayed at the Ramada Inn. Wonderful meal and no A/C so we sweltered all night as the windows would not open. Today we had a local guide to take ...