Dun A Ri House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... m used to in the U.S. The next thing I noticed was that back roads in Ireland are even narrower and curvier than in Scotland, and even more likely to be edged by a stone wall or hedgerow that makes veering even slightly off to the side a guarantee of scratch marks on your car. John reserved the car, so rather than us paying an additional 10 Euros per day to add a second driver, we decided he’d do the driving and I’d let myself get chauffeured for the next 11 ...
... born ones in the adjoining barn, feed from the same teat all the time until they are weaned - hence a litter of more than 12 means one or more will consistently miss out; and 5) the weaver, who told us that a metre of plain Irish linen could be woven in an hour but that intricately patterned linen took 8 hours. Our path south took us back to the coast as we skirted a large lough. The wind had picked up and the skies looked threatening; the waters of ...
... a trial run for the mast, excluding the actual windmill part. It was somewhat intimidating, for fear it might fall over, but we got it up. We let it down again, glad to know it was possible. Next day was spent setting up the tipi in another location for a huge festival. It was fascinating learning how to set it up. It was a bit of work, but again really fun work. Finally we dug a trench for the cable from the windmill to the house. I found all of our work so far to be ...
Left Dublin this morning and headed to Bailieborough. Had a chance to do some training and found a lovely carvery lunch in the Bailee Pub. Staying at Cabra Castle tonight. Phil and the kids played cards. Cam thinks the castles are pretty cool, but the Cliffs of Moher have been the ...
... a crazy American dish (it's not). However, we are from Utah, inventors of fry sauce and funeral potatoes, so anything is possible. I order my first Smithwicks and discover my preferred beverage for the duration of the trip.
After lunch, we walk over to Trim Castle and get on the tour just as it starts. We didn’t catch the name of the OPW guide, but he matches the criteria of the Bru Na Boinne guides, personable ...