Knockninny Country House & Marina
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for fish and chips, and we arrive right at check in time, 3:00PM. G is excited when she sees the room so our guide scores again. We are staying in Castle Leslie Estates Lodge, unfortunately the Presidential Suite in the Castle was booked. Oh well. Janet Leslie, my 7th Great Grandmother on the Morton branch was from Antrim County, Northern Ireland which is close to this area. Although there isn't a direct ...
... The tire has a hole in the sidewall, so the repair kit is not going to work. A tow truck is on the way. The people drive me back to the car. I'm sure they were getting a chuckle out of the crazy Americans, but they were very friendly and nice. They even came back a second time to check on us.
We sit in the car for about an hour waiting for the tow truck, finally it arrives. Oh, oh, I see a problem, it is a single cab truck and ...
... is polygonal in shape with three chambers leading off it. All of these are narrow and hard to get into. All have large lintels above their doorway. There is no decoration in this tomb but there are not one but two light boxes here. The first is above the entrance and the second is above the rear chamber entrance. I’m not sure if this feature is found anywhere else and I hope to observe it in use one day on the summer solstice to which it is aligned." I think ...
... rich landowners and their guests enjoyed shooting, these days pursuits are much more peaceful. Owned by ISKCON, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (better known as the Hare Krishna movement to most people), it is a center for the Hindu faith, a nature reserve and a retreat." I never knew it was there as we could have visited it yesterday after Florence Court. However Crom Castle, What an estate! We arrived at the castle, in a 15 seater bus from the cruiser, to ...
... owned it since 1954. Anyone travelling, join the NZ Heritage Trust, it is reciprocal with the UK and lots of other countries - including Australia. We took a short drive to the Marble caves, where the scenery changed dramatically from lush green pastures, to scrubby unkept lands in minutes. The caves did not really interest either of us as we like to keep our heads above ground! We've never been thru Waitomo so nothing to compare?! ...