Creevy Pier Hotel
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... on this trip in the British Isles and my third in
While we through a few very scenic mountainous areas on the
long route from Derry to Westport in County Mayo, most of the day was through
rural and small town farm country Ireland – lots of rolling terrain, fields
sectioned off by hedgerows, and grazing cattle and sheep, probably the scenery
of much of Ireland’s relatively flat interior.
... surveillance network. The cliffs were tall; the sea breeze condensed as it was pushed up the sheer rock face, forming thick clouds that spilled over the top of the mountain range. Yes, these cliffs are probably bigger than the cliffs of Moher further south. Both were impressive and well worth the visit. Today's example of Irish logic: an ATM with a sign explaining that it only dispenses €50 notes, to a maximum value of €120. We're still scratching our ...
... Drive out towards Slieve League Cliffs on the wild Atlantic Coast highway and a walk along deserted Fintragh Bay. # Lunch at the Lough Eske Castle nearby. Blake was a star and slept in his car seat in the restaurant while we wined and dined. # Looked after Blake while Sarah and Andrew went to the post wedding function in ...
Saturday was all about Lance and Tina's wedding. After a rainy start the weather lifted and sun was interspersed with cloud. Andrew had groomsman duties to do most of the morning, and Sarah did really well to organise herself and Blake ready for the church at 1.30 pm. Geoff and I enjoyed lots of Blake time. The wedding was beautiful - lots of gorgeous little flower girls, bridesmaids in cerise ...
... every morning and we usually got something from town to bring back for dinner. Our outings consisted of a walk around Donegal town, purchasing some Irish attire for Blake for the wedding, suit fittings with the Groom & Groomsmen, a get together late one night at the pub pre-wedding with the guests, Irish pub lunch with Lance and Tina, and Andrew got out for a few runs around our accommodation while I managed a good walk to get back ...