Letterkenny Court Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... the irst night we were blessed with dry weather as an anticyclone settled over Ireland. The first couple of days were cool and a bit misty but by Sunday the weather became warm and sunny. This allowed us to enjoy our favourite pastime in perfect conditions; walking the many beaches on this part of the Donegal ...
... to kill some time so I walked across the beautiful Peace bridge, going across the River Foyle, connecting the West (catholic) and east (protestant) sides of Derry, then to Guildhall which explained some history, though it seemed a bit biased... ha. there was a video of a "debate" with a Scottish woman, an irish woman and a British landlord all explaining their sides and it asks you to vote for which person you agree with, and I just totally didn't and it then told you how many ...
... Company Ltd in Belleek, County Fermanagh, in what was to become Northern Ireland. We had a tour of the factory and everything is handmade - the most beautiful china ever. Everyone including the men just loved the visit. It was then off to Sligo our stop for the night at the Radisson Blu hotel. They provided us with a lovely dinner - I had roast pork and Graeme pasta! We all had a good chat and a few laughs before heading off to bed after a couple of long ...
... rule. The English hopelessly outnumbered the Irish Rebel Forces but increased support for republicanism. The war on independence lasted many years, led by the Irish Republic Arms (IRA), fighting for the rights of the people. Michael Collins of the IRA was involved in the signing of the Anglo-Irish treaty signed at Westminster. It was a compromise between and independent republic and a province of the empire. He felt had signed his ...
... a little while. He grew up here in Derry and told us about his life a little bit. I like talking to the local people because for one, I like their accents (when I can understand them) and two, they are so nice and will answer any question. It is AWESOME.
Well that was pretty much my night...please admire the pictures. I took so many of myself because I thought I was the coolest person ever. (I was).
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