Sean Ogs Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Banquet room
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... tables. When
all these steps were done, the new terrace was awesome. I cut the grass with
many different machines like tractor, lawn mower and a trimmer. We also work
on the extension of the tearooms. I used a lot of my painting skills with this
project. We also cleaned all the chairs and tables for the extension of the
tearooms. There were a lot of storage items in the barn so it was full ...
... did not stay the night with us at the hostel we met up with her also.
We left for Gory at night. To meet with Iona's mom. Had dinner at her house and stayed for the night.
When we got up: Dan, Iona, Bodhi and Iona's Mom (Liz) and myself went
for a walk. In a woods near her house. We saw a waterfall and a "swing
... business but is doing very nicely thank you. It has been operation for over 250 years and the buildings have not changed very much. They display a special section for the hand looms with a weaver operating the loom. So good to see and also to know that it is not just for show but very much in demand world wide. They have about 3 or 4 hand looms, they look very complicated to use and is facinating to watch them use it. Also the end product is so special and does look a ...
... parts falling out of her clothing and the other with a face that lead me to feel that I might find her limping along through Middle Earth or her way to the edge of Mordor. Both of them seemed fairly enamored of the one Jenny referred to as the “cute boy” and though he appreciated the attention, the ladies seemed to be getting nowhere.
Thomas Moore’s actually had a few beers other than Guinness, Harp and Smithwick’s and we sampled a couple. Mainly ...
... peninsula where a lighthouse has been for over 800 years!
I took a tour of Hook Head Lighthouse along with 2 families with annoying little children I wanted to throttle! I think the other people on the tour would have helped me. The lighthouse, however, was very cool. For centuries it was managed by monks, before taken over by the government. When the lighthouse was manned it had a head keeper and 2-3 ...