Imperial Hotel Dundalk
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... for religious ceremonies. What is known is that those who constructed it had significant astronomical knowledge as well as building skills. For three days on each side of the winter solstice in December, the rising sun casts its rays through the opening to the interior of the chamber in a shimmering beam that lasts for about 20 minutes (on those rare clear winter days in Ireland).
Although the front fašade of Newgrange was reconstructed in modern times, the chamber ...
... wary about visiting the eastern parts of the country. He also explained why part of the floor in the blacksmith's shop was laid with timber - it kept the noise down for flighty horses (timber roads were also laid outside hospitals, funeral parlours and churches for the same noise-cancelling reason); 4) the farmer's wife, who was cooking soda bread over a"turf" (peat) fire which filled the farm house with smoke. She told us how piglets, including the ...
... reading this falls into that category, two tips. 1) ask a friendly stranger to take your photo 2) if you would like to take a selfie, no problem, God gave you 2 perfectly good selfie sticks attached to your shoulders... use them. To prove the second point to you here are some "wonderful" selfie photos for you to enjoy taken WITHOUT that atrocious devise that will eventually lead to the downfall of our somewhat civilized ...
After 2nd night in Portrush:
The A2 is a major road in Northern Ireland, a considerable length of which is often referred to the Antrim Coast Road because it follows the scenic coastline of County Antrim.
The Antrim Coast Road starts in the busy port town of Larne and hugs the coast for thirty miles to the small ...
... which was good timing.
We continued down the street, stopping every now and then to look in some shops. It had been raining lightly most of the walk but it started to get heavier and we had seen most of what there was to see in the town, so we headed back to the car. On the way we passed some old cottages and a medieval church. The town of Carlingford is still very much a medieval town and ...