La Mon Hotel & Country Club
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Travel Blogs from Castlereagh
We have to leave the Republic of Ireland today as our car insurance here expires at midnight, so the plan is to at least get across the border and then find somewhere to stay. We headed north, bypassing Galway (we have learnt not to drive in big towns if you can avoid it) and arrived in a town called Sligo for lunch. Another pretty town, with a …
Eurodisney is actually a must-do for all long-haul flighters to Australia. Compared to a few hours in this place, the 23 hour pilgrimage to the land of Oz is an absolute pleasure. Am I glad I took David to Parc Asterix, where he could actually get on some rides; and good ones at that. My son is next to me now on our flight back and he is watching a Pixar film with the fire-work spouting Disney castle on the tiny back of seat screen. And there it should stay. No one ...
... time to see as many as we had hoped, but fortunately a slight detour from our itinerary led us to Downhill Beach, the setting for a few major scenes in season 2. The beach was beautiful in the morning light, and to our surprise a National Trust sight happened to be right upon the cliff. We spent some time walking through Downhill Demense, the once grandiose manor of the Earl Bishop. Perched at the cliff's edge was ...
... 10 as seen on one of the many murals that colour this city.
Fabulous tour - learned so much and now understand the Irish scene a lot better. While a great deal of strife - it is so admirable that these people take phenomenal action for what they believe in - gives one much to ponder upon.
Lunch at The Mourne - seafood bar - excellent seafood chowder etc right in city centre then ...
... the slipway where Titanic and sister ship Olympic were built. There were still the original iron tracks in the cement.
It was pretty windy so we went back to the hotel after that. We let Emma play for a bit and then she started getting a bit whiny, so Matt put her on his stomach and stroked her neck and she fell asleep within a few minutes. It was pretty cute. He put her in her cot at 2.30pm. We decided to have a nap too and Emma woke up at 4.00pm ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service