Travel Blogs from Leitrim
Hi Just spending two weeks in Ireland having a great time; started out in Dublin and went to the North-West to Sligo. Staying in a lovely seaside village called Strandhill – stayed three nights in the Strandhill Lodge and Suites; the best hotel ive stayed in.... fabulous place great rooms... went surfing a few times the last couple of days and also tried the Seaweed baths – really relaxing break.
We were a little late 0830 hrs getting underway this morning but this was our last leg.
We went through Lough Forbes,I had never heard of it before but I would say the fishing is good there.
Our first lock was at Rooskey and I had to smile as we were coming out of the lock there was boat tied at the waiting pontoon named " The Other Woman" and a woman was undoing ...
... We had pork and beef and it was the most delicious home cooked meal I've ever had (aside from my mama's of course). I will forever dream about that meal until I return for more!
The next morning we had to leave to travel back to Belfast. It was 2 short days in Fermanagh but we saw nearly everything we wanted to and it all happened so easily, particularly for not having transport and for it being April.
While the taxi drove us from the B&B to the ...
... font, and the traditional candles. It was absolutely beautiful. We took some time to reflect not really religiously but to reflect upon the sacrifice that people had made to keep their beliefs. Trues heros in my book. There was no stain glass nor any gold trim. Still the best church ever. We head straight for Cavan. This festival is huge. We get parked in town at the back of a church. To be sure it wont get robbed in there. We have a good look around and see ...
... reasonable price. We parked the car and hit a market. we come across some of Moose and Squirrel's colleagues serving coffee. we did not know so we grabbed some of the coffee and it was the worst ever. We binned it and grabbed a better cup. We checked into a lovely Bed and Breakfast with an amazing backdrop. The owner gave us a full on history lesson of the area. The Irish do not like the English. I would say that they dislike them more than ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed