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... the drive to find the Lake Isle of Inishfree at the end of a winding track (and a locked toilet block .... Hmm.) Driving on I found a ruined Abby at Dromahair and walked in to be surprised by the number of modern graves in amongst the old walls and cloisters. Driving on through the village of Dromahair I found the restored Parke's castle which was unfortunately closed for the winter. Ready for ...
... as by now the early morning porridge was a long time ago. Marg then spotted Marks and Spencer's and went snack shopping.
It is probably just as well that we headed off to the departure area as there was a slow moving, snaking queue through the security check and when finally through I was called aside to have my tiny tube of hand cream checked. We then headed for gate one and walked and walked ...
... buried her standing up at the ready for battle. Archaeologists believe it may really date back to 3000 BC, but who is to say that Queen Maeve was not tucked into an existing monument? It is considered bad luck to remove a stone from the cairn, and good luck to take one up the hill with you to deposit on it.
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One of our included suppers at our ...
8:45 am start Tea and scones on the River Shannon, with live music. Free time in Sligo Ireland for some sights and shopping. Then to Sligo Park Hotel. Had a sandwich picnic for supper in the center yard that had picnic tables and a gazebo. SIGHTS: Boyle Abbey, a Cistercian monastery, once used as a military garrison. Sleeping at Sligo Park ...
... holes a couple of feet deep in addition to the other difficulties, I'm sorely tempted to give up and go back. Looking down to my right, I can see the alternative route, the Pilgrim Path, which looks in excellent condition and lacks the tortuous ups and downs of this route. There is ************e on either route - presumably the vast majority of folk have the good sense to stay in the car park, which undoubtedly has the best view of Slieve League!
I finally get to ...