Crowne Plaza Hotel Dundalk
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... on the Lake) so could afford to have a couple more drinks than us (drink drive wise and financially!) but the conversation, environment general ambiance and the food were all good or better.
Another short drive day and again via quite a circuitous route. Athlone to Armagh. More green fields, more lovely tree tunnels, more windy roads that snake around and up the hills. But what do we take ...
... acres of farmland overlooking County Westmeath. From the summit, one can see the Hill of Slane, which I will detail tomorrow. On our way home for the night, we found an abandoned abbey by accident; Bective Abbey. This beautiful structure was totally open to the public, and absolutely beautiful at sunset. These 9pm sunsets, though, continue to amaze, amuse, and confuse ...
... 1000 years old and apparently may have had some family significance on Pete's side. Anyway the cemetery does not have many headstones that are readable and we subsequently found out that it is probably a protestant cemetery. Oh my god!! We were staying at a beautiful old house which had been converted into a B&B and the woman of the house, Bridie told us where we needed to go to check out the O'Connor/ ...
After a quick walk around the bleak holiday spot of Ballycastle (the highlight was the spurting water feature in front of our hotel), we went on a lovely coastal drive down the east coast of Ireland.
In Newcastle, I had a go on the flight simulator, in one of the many amusement arcades, but most of the games were either poker machines, or penny cascades. Newcastle itself ...
... to protect them from stuff being thrown over the wall. On all of the main roads (and there aren't many) that connect the two neighborhoods, there are giant steel gates that are still closed and locked every night at midnight. I think coming to Belfast I was a little naive about the level of animosity that still remained between these groups. But walking around in west Belfast really drove home the point that while things may be better now, they are not completely fixed. ...