Nesbitt Arms Hotel
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Friendly staff!! Introduced to Irish Mist ;) x
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... of Gore -Booth sisters who were prominent revolutionists in the early 1900's The younger sister Eva was the first woman in the British Parliament. Yeates was often a visitor to this wonderful house. Walking through reminded us of Downton Abbey. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos inside. Tomorrow off to Athlone. R an ...
... it is easy to imagine how it must have dominated the local scenery with only tiny huts and cottages for competition. You couldn't help but be filled with reverence and awe for the Church in those simple days.
We had decided not to stop for lunch that day, due to the length of the drive, but did stop when passing through Ennis, at Drumcliff Church the buriel place of Yeats to have a look at his memorial. The church setting was ...
... frangipani (almond and meringue crust) and banoffee pie (banana and toffee, extremely rich). Glencolmcille was another remote town a bit down the road. The views from this higher community were breathtaking. After dinner, Irish dancing and music were enjoyed. Two young women entertained and the mother of one explained the steps and ...
... The day the van was being repaired we spent the whole day in the library at Stranraer, as we had exhausted all the points of interest around the town. It was ok to just spend the day surfing the Internet, checking emails, doing banking etc. We ended up getting the head gasket changed, without needing any further work on the heads themselves, a full service for the van as well as getting the timing belt changed, all for £730. So the car was good as new (we hope) & we ...
After leaving Slieve League Cliffs, our tour bus continued to our next destination.
Arrive at Triona Designs - a shop where the owners weave tweed cloth in the traditional hand-loomed method.
We were greeted with an Irish coffee and a tour with a demo of hand-looming the fabric.