Ostan Loch Altan
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Kevin and Garry shared reminisences as they walked along and Kevin told the children stories of the fisherman and how they used to string the nets between the three poles near the beach and wait until the salmon swam upstream to be caught.
As the morning went on, the farther we walked, the more the mist burned away and we began to see patches of blue in the grey. We walked over the Castle Bridge and Kevin showed us the spot ...
I was a bit concerned with my wayward family however, one climbed out over a fence over a particularly deep drop to see some sheep and take some snaps (it was Garry!). The kids just kept running and jumping up and down the steep inclines like mountain goats and as there was very little in the way of protective barriers, I had some anxious moments. A good time was had by all and the kids also got some much needed exercise and the fresh air did away with ...
Wet weather activities for a rainy Sunday: # Obligatory sleep in and huge cooked breakie at the B and B. # Walk round The Diamond in Donegal town - the hub for music and cultural gatherings although it was deserted on this wet summer Sunday. Donegal town dates back to prehistoric times and was the historical home of the ...
... million Germans. I don't hang around - quite apart from the crowds of people, there are plenty of midges here enjoying the still morning air amongst the trees. Getting out of the complex takes a little doing, but I'm soon on my way, and there's not only a good path here, but a road as well, which is used by vehicles servicing the castle and also by a small fleet of minibuses which ferry those visitors who don't want to walk the 4km to the castle.
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... moments of the Troubles as well as influential figures that inspired the movement, like Martin Luther King Jr. At the center of the area is a grassy knoll at the end of which is a large white wall, painted with "Now Entering Free Derry" a common slogan of the struggle between the Unionist and Nationalist side. A recent, very recent addition are four boys, holding hands beside "End Genocide in Gaza" and a missile with Israel on its belly, likely meant ...