Errigal Country House Hotel
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... stone henge. And they had fenced it off exactly the same way. On the way to Bru Na boine I had stopped in Dunore for a coffee and a bite to eat. Whilst in the little corner store I noticed on the wall there was a tourist map of the valley on the wall. On the map was a Killeen Castle. Now this tickled a funny bone for me because the farm I grew up on was called Killeen. There is no connection as the farm was named after my grandma Kathleen Kilmartin. But I had ...
September 17, 2014
Weather: Foggy, better in p.m.
Moving day again, we are moving into Northern Ireland. The day started with a "discussion" on the route to be taken, it is to be remembered that Ron won!!!! He wanted to take a trip into the Connemara National Park, it would only take a half hour or so longer! Yea, right!
We headed off with high fog into very rural country. Rolling along we enjoyed the countryside, it ...
... Switzerland too. Parts were like the top of Te Kiri road before the blackberry were sprayed out. We were heading for Carrick-on-Shannon, a main base for the cruiser boat hire down the Shannon and Erne waterways, when I saw the sign to Carrowkeel, I printed notes of this 18mths ago, and had forgotten about them (must see what else is in the folder!). We drove for ages before asking a young guy for directions, he sent us totally in the wrong direction. 1/2hr ...
... quarters - adjoining the stables, the laundry and ironing rooms, the butchers, the builders, the forge.The tunnel is used around Xmas time as a Santa's Grotto. See pics. We made it to share Village for the cruise to Crom Castle. "Our next Cruise and Tour to The West Wing, Crom Castle in partnership with The Share Village will be on Sunday 14th September. The Inishcruiser will leave The Share Village at 2.30pm navigating its way through Upper Lough Erne to Crom. You will then ...
... As Lord Enniskillen was trying to find his wife and the butler had gone with him, then she could show us thru the Mansion. She played the part well. It's amazing the way they lived, just like the up stairs, downs stairs TV series. (Not Downton Abbey). The plaster ceilings through out were incredible, huge birds hanging suspended, hard to explain. We never went higher than the second floor, Lady Enniskillens vacant bedroom, then we went down ...