Lough Allen Hotel & Spa
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Today we got up early-ish! And headed down some scenic roads on our way to the cliffs of mohr! Took a small ferry as well to get their! The cliffs we pretty amazing! Just wish we could have seen some puffins :(.... Good news is Sara found a fun shirt to buy! After the cliffs our host in Sligo had given us a wonderful sounding scenic drive through comerra, Ireland. An ...
... I had as much confidence in my driving as I did in my ability to get up in the morning and just as much luck. I lost at least another half hour of time accidentally getting off the highway, taking the wrong exit or just getting generally turned around. Dublin is a complete puzzle to get out of and I was quite discouraged by the time I managed to get myself straightened out. Garmin is helpful, but nothing beats having a good navigator to ...
My brother and I have arrived in Sligo. We will be boarding the SS Shannon soon. We have received word that our father has been fighting with his employer. My father helps build infrastructure for the big cities in America. His employer thinks that he can just cut wages in half just because he has the authority to. Doesn't he realize that these men are supporting families? My father is ...
... water, all very inviting looking, a few more degrees of heat for both water and air and the places would be crowded, not deserted as they seem to be except for the few dog walkers.
All this area is quite heavily populated with the countryside dotted with white houses on large lots or in rows, nearly all fairly new. Many are holiday houses and the area is also popular with retirees. It is surprising to see so many houses on large lots of land, one ...
... no avoiding this unfortunately. Then we went to see the stone fort; This is either Iron or bronze age: It sits at about the highest point on the cliff edge. Originally it was probably round but much of it has fallen into the sea over the centuries so that now only about half remains. It has a diameter of around 70m. There are 4 concentric walls though the outer two are not round but had at least one right angle corner. The view on such a glorious day was lovely. ...