Station House Hotel Letterkenny
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the son of a victim of Bloody Sunday. It was a very different experience to hear history told by someone so closely linked to it. Side note: Guinness and Irish coffee were drank and did not fail to impress.
Mont Saint Michel was something I had to 'tick off' my list so I hopped on a plane from Ireland back to France. It was definitely a highlight despite my camera conking out that day due to a 'dropping' incident at the Guinness Storehouse a week earlier. ...
... on its huge stage, playing a combination of pop and retro hits everybody knew and loved and some traditional Irish songs. In Ireland, they really know how to do Irish pubs: many bars and bartenders so you always get served straight away, absolutely excellent cover bands in every one, and a great, down-to-earth atmosphere. At about 1:30am the others from my tour were heading back to the hotel but I had befriended a group of travelers - from Australia, America and Germany - and we went ...
Lovely day with Hilary, Tara and Eve at the Glenveagh National Park and castle. Had heaps of fun exploring the interpretive centre learning about the history of the castle and surrounding parks. I caught the bus for the short ride to the castle. The ...
First of all, I was not in Vevay, Indiana on Tuesday. I actually took the train out to the farm of the relatives of one of the other Trinity students here. This was our first day out of the Notre Dame activities, so while the UCD people moved into their dorms, the Trinity students started our 8 day break until we get to move in. I've actually never been on a train before, so the ...
... surprise) and the loudest and the most enthusiastically. (actually Simone sang heaps more than I did – bloody microphone hog!!) I (Simone) was often joined by a guy named Quentin and we did quite a number of rock songs. I went all out with the air guitar. All the young partying people were quite surprised what we got really into the Karaoke (and I think mum was quite surprised that I got so into it). It was a really great ...