Shannon Oaks Hotel & Country Club
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... It was 1100 hrs when we got to the lock in Athlone and we had a little time to kill.
I tried to use my Smart Card in the services area but there was a notice up saying that you had to buy a local card for the showers...what a bummer,I was not impressed with Waterways Ireland.
I strolled around Athlone town for a while as I had never been here before,Id say it would be a lovely town to spend a week end in.
... you've always wanted to partake in the world's largest street ceili, then make your way to the Heart of the Glen's Festival for the Waves of Tory in Cushendall, one of the 9 Glens of Antrim on the North Coast. It's an exceptional celebration in one of Ireland's (and I dare say the world's) most beautiful places! It's a week long celebration of 'The Green Glens of Antrim'! Check out Joe's pub during any time of year for some great Irish music and ...
... community than I do with the Aussies. Perhaps that has something to do with our lack of history. All the same.
So you know how the Irish tour ended. We’re now in France. Have been here nearly 3 weeks. Done Rouen, Paris, Chinon and am now in Grenoble visiting my "French brother". We haven’t found work and are unlikely to. Leaving for Spain next week and talking about being home in 4-8 weeks. So that’s the update. The French blog will come in a couple of ...
... old woman climbing those narrow spiral stone steps all the way up to her living room.
While in the dining hall, I was trying to get a photo of Jolene and me sitting at the head table. Only problem was, the two end tables were connected to the head table (with another long table in the center parallel to the two end ones. I had to set the camera on the far end of the center table, hit the timer, run behind the left table and along the back (between ...
... this parish, in the south eastern periphery of County Galway, has been inhabited by humans for more than 5,000 years and this green pastoral landscape has been home to pre-historic man, Celt, Monk, Gaelic and Norman alike.
At one time there were over 7000 people in Portumna. After the Potato famine that number was less that 1,000. The population there today ...