Lough Allen Hotel & Spa
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... judge the community of Northern Ireland by the few who are still radical and blind in their beliefs'! Driving out of Derry, the countryside looks just like home in the hunter valley. No wonder the Irish settled so well after they got their farms established! Donegal is a neat little town with an old castle and a St Patricks church which we visited. My gggrandmother Alice Moy came from Donegal to Australia in 1839. Off to ...
... with one hatch cover! Captain very happy and Noble Commander is topped up and becomes Noble Grapefull!
A long hot shower later Ian is dressed and we head into town in pursuit of Guinness and craic. We head for the oldest pub in town, Blakes, but Ian's notoriety has preceded him and outside the pub he is invited to take part in a reading of James Joyce, "Finegans Wake". Being a member of the "Unambitious Theatre Company" he assumes ...
... we just don't have the time to spend everywhere.... Perhaps next time! I but I did forget to mention we had a pretty good meal on the side o the road somewhere on our way! Heck our the pictures! So after a long day we once again headed to bed! Exhausted and most definitely missing home a little! But soon well be home with our kitties and curled up in our ...
I slept through my alarm and woke up 1/2 hour past check out time, missed out on breakfast, a second shower and the opportunity to exchange money at a bank. (Saturday!) Thank goodness I was a repeat customer at the Clontarf. It took me another 1/2 hour to frantically throw my stuff together and get out of there, and they didn't charge me extra. I had another shield sized salad to which the chef added a hardboiled egg, then headed for the ...
... together. Then it’s sort of thrashed, but a different word is used for the process that L can’t remember, she’s getting quite past it I fear. Flax is still grown in Ireland and Europe however, mostly it is the seed now that is used for linseed oil and in the health food industry. It’s lovely in bread according to L.
As we drove around the Fanad and Rosguill peninsulas we saw some lovely coastal scenery. Many extensive sandy beaches ...