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- Continental Breakfast
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... tea Sydney took us out for a walk for some fresh air. We had no idea where he was taking us but we ended up at talghatmore road which is where Jason's great grand mother Martha grew up. This is also where Jason's aunty (liz Barnes sister) was born as well before Martha and aida went on the boat to Australia. It was quite amazing to be there and gave us both shivers. It's quite bizarre to go places and meet people ...
... wall murals and were able to take pictures, then we drove through some Catholic and protestant neighborhoods. We made a stop at the Titanic museum, where we had a short time to have a look around, have a look at the gift shop and head back. Next door was a game of thrones filming location, we could only see from the outside. Then Once back on the bus we drove back into the city.
We were then dropped off and told we had time to have lunch. So i went with a group, we ...
Traveled to Killybegs and the Glencomlcille region today. Killybegs was formerly a major fishing port but due to the economics of fishing and the EU has a smaller presence in the fishing industry. An interesting little village. Wish I could record the smell -- FISH!!!!!! The water in the bay was like a glass, a sign of calm weather we had been told and indeed, the weather held for us!! Just missed seeing the prime ...
... tradition as a way of ridding themselves of worries. Hotel at Ballybofey is a 4-star hotel -- but the bus driver was quietly cussing its parking as there was a wedding party in progress and the driver had to bring the bus down a narrow alley to the entrance. He rose to the challenge and we are safely landed. Dinner in the hotel tonight. Tomorrow we travel to Killybegs, a fishing village in County Donegal, then to Glencomlcille (a hiking ...
Flat Stanley spent the day traveling through County Donegal. He first went to Glenveagh National Park and visited Glenveagh Castle. He then traveled through Ben Beag, Bloody Foreland and Dunfanaghy to Horn Head. He then drove back to Derry in the ...