Travel Blogs from Dungannon
... I make it back to the B & B and I hear a baby crying and some American accents from my room. An American couple has arrived while I was out. I meet them the next morning. They are from Texas and they are lovely! We swap stories and have a good laugh over breakfast. Their names are Nick and Ashley.
Today is the day that Pete decides he is well enough to continue the journey. He seems a bit worried about my safety but it had only hit him the night before when ...
... as Cheston. The luggage needed to be stood up in the back to fit in and then only 5 of the big bags.
We took the advice of the hire car company and went through the Dublin tunnel to get out of town. Amy tried to hold her breath for the duration (apparently that is something she does) but the tunnel was so long that it took her 4 long breaths (4 kms). By the time we got out the end of the tunnel Jessamy declared that we must be back ...
... 8 Fodors recommended top things to see in Ireland. If everything goes to plan we should see number 8 on Tuesday.
We drove to Emyvale Ireland through some significant rain. The B&B lady is hilarious and just can't do enough for us. The best one for me was asking if it was ok if the yogurts for breakfast was organic. I had a hard time not laughing.
... was very friendly and pointed out a fact that I thought might be the case but confirmed it. We were sitting in Northern Island looking across at the Republic of Ireland and the only road at present was to go back into Newby and cross back over the border. However recent developments have seen the approval of a bridge crossing between the two points and this will be a first for Ireland. The first bridge crossing between the north and the republic. ...
... They had to adjust the pedals for me of course. It was an indoor course with a metal track. Us three "raced" but were greatly intimadated by the speed. It was very fun and very nice of the place to let us ride. We had a blast. It was Nora's first time in a go-kart.
After this, we went into Newtownard. It was a small band that was full of Ulster Scot men. We were ...
Other places to stay in Dungannon
68 Irish Street, Dungannon | Hotelfrom $154