Roganstown Hotel and Country Club
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... then to the Sinn Fein offices in the neighbourhood and finally to the International Wall, which has become a huge tourist attraction and is a constantly changing set of murals about struggles in Ireland and around the world. By the ...
We then walked to the Titanic Galleries, which portray the building of the Titanic, the sinking and vision of the wreckage as it currently stands. It’s quite interesting, we arrived on a late pass (half price) which gave us only an hour. We could have spent a little longer, but for the money it was well worth it.
As it was dark by the time we left at 5pm we headed for our hotel which was in Ballymoney. ...
... on my landing card. Classic catch by my witty Irish passport checker friend and a big kudos to those of us in the unemployed status.
And then the drive….holy ****. I was literally speaking Gaelic (I think) by the end of our drive. 10 hours on the flight, 4 ½ hour drive from Dublin to Kerry. Navigating the roads while completely sleep deprived and trying to wrap whatever part of ...
... at the last two Aus Opens and saw Hewitt’s first round match from Henman’s Hill/Murray Mound (Still not sure which is politically correct). Some other favourites on the big screen were Bouchard, Ivanovic, Warwinka and Nishikori. Slightly depressing that I wasn’t as up close and personal with them as I had been earlier this year but still amazing to experience the atmosphere and nice to tick another Grand Slam off the list. Who knows? If I ...
... archeologist in me knew I couldn't pass up the opportunity to see these archeological finds I was a little bit hungover from the night before but I wouldn't let that prevent me! Newgrange and Tara were very interesting to me however it was because I had studied it during the semester so if you want to go have a little bit of background knowledge before you go because it literally is a mound of grass and soil nevertheless ...