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... one of its ruggedly beautiful with
some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs, castles, and a mountainous national park.
Our route from Derry to Mayo did take us through the southern part of the
county, though, and the cute small town of Donegal. Donegal’s primary (and
virtually only) real site is Donegal Castle, the historic seat of the O’Donnell
clan. Apparently O’Donnell remains an ...
... and found ourselves fumbling around in the dark because the lights wouldn't come on! I couldn't wait anymore and did what I had to do in the dark and Katie found a box next to the door. Evidently you put your key card in it to make the lights work. Fricking British...
Well that's about all. Not sure where we're headed after the castles but you can be sure it's back to real Ireland and Euros!
Carrie & Katie
We woke up to another rainy Irish morning skipped breakfast and went for a scenic walk along the canal. We took many pictures, saw cows, sheep, and all in all had a great time enjoying the Irish landscape. After our canal walk we headed over to a local cafe and got brunch. It was a very nice local spot with great Irish food. By ...
We woke up late today and lounged around I helped mom cook a Irish breakfast consisting of boxty (potato and salt), "white pudding" which is Irish ghoetta, and eggs. We drove into north Ireland and went to the marble arch caves which are amazing caves (we got a tour all by our selves!!!!) with huge stalactites and amazing ...
... little place in the "Latin Quarter". After lunch the rain let up briefly so we went out exploring a little bit, but we paid for it as we got caught in a downpour in the most exposed, windy area along the waterfront and got soaked. Couldn't even begin to find a Galway Girl (whose ...