Letterkenny Court Hotel
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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... supply is frozen.
The weather forecast for tomorrow is milder so, hopefully, this will be only a temporary blip. We won't fancy going away with the water status unresolved.
My mobility has improved tremendously and I am able to walk normally with no limp. So this means that we can face into the trip with anticipation ...
... sunset and an inaccessable but awesome looking castle.
Leaving Mullaghmore it was back onto the main road with Derry in our sights, a quick detour to see the less than impressive Donegal Castle, unimpressive to the point that we drove past twice before spotting it. After this brief stop it was full speed ahead and soon we were checked into our room overlooking the famous or infamous bogs and old walls ...
... couple of couchsurfers who were arriving into the bus station, so we left our clothes going and dropped back to Darren's for jackets before walking into town. We got to the bus station where we met Leah and Steve from the US then walked back home. Ciaran was still asleep when we got there, so we woke him up then hung out together having a chat and a drink. Daz and I went down to the shops to get a few ingredients for dinner ...
... when in Northern Ireland.' Or Rome...whatever.
After Poundland I just lounged around and relaxed because I had a very busy weekend. When everyone started to come home from their jobs it got very crazy. It's very crazy living with 11 other people. There's not really a place to be alone. But it is fun at times. Almost every night someone or 2 people make dinner for everyone else and we all have dinner together which is cool (mostly because I don't have to ...
... may get off and accompany us. Instead, he makes sure the other passengers on the bus clear a way so we can get through with our luggage and depart easily, and as the bus pulls away, we see him gesturing to be sure we follow his suggested route before he gives us a hearty farewell wave. Helpful strangers accompany us on all our bus trips through Dublin. Just pull out a map and a friendly voice tells you where you should get off, and the person who owns the voice looks ...