Imperial Hotel Dundalk
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... Malseed farm to investigate the remains of my great great great great grandfather, James' house. In true Irish nature, barely a thing had been touched since 1849. Farm yards, houses, backyards, front yards - they are full of JUNK! I feel the notion of "if it ain't broke don't fix it" applies here, only as "if it broke there, leave it there". Hard rubbish is a foreign concept. After multiple round-a-bouts and lots of 'Yeild' signs ...
... rather misty, grey October afternoon and found just a few other tourists at the place. The sight of the surrounding countryside was awe-inspiring, and stretch as far as the Irish Sea.
The Hill of Slane has a very fascinating and mystical history. The mound that sits on the western part of the hill protected from view by a tree is said to be of ...
... did not utter a sound.
From there on we headed for our next overnight stay the Krakow B&B in Dundalk. Again driving through a lot of traffic had us arriving at quarter past six.
Our landlady was so kind to drive is into town where we had dinner at The Jockey. We then walked back and now it's 10:10 pm and I am sooooo exhausted.
Tomorrow morning we're off to ...
... Cushendall. From Cushendall, three roads lead to the National Trust coastal village of Cushendun. From Cushendun a scenic road via Torr Head, (The nearest point to Scotland, just ten miles,) leads to Ballycastle. From Ballycastle to road continues via the World Heritage Giants Causeway and the town of Bushmills and its ...
... there was no sign (and I expected some kind of border crossing maybe) as we crossed into the Republic of Ireland. The only way we knew we were crossing over is because I saw it on the GPS. A few minutes later the road signs had destinations written in English and Gaelic and speed limit signs were in kilometres instead of miles which Matt liked.
We arrived at our hotel in Dundalk, the Crowne Plaza, at ...