The Valley Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The tire has a hole in the sidewall, so the repair kit is not going to work. A tow truck is on the way. The people drive me back to the car. I'm sure they were getting a chuckle out of the crazy Americans, but they were very friendly and nice. They even came back a second time to check on us.
We sit in the car for about an hour waiting for the tow truck, finally it arrives. Oh, oh, I see a problem, it is a single cab truck and ...
... displays, this is rarely seen as the shops rarely have large, if any, windows. Got to Carrick-on-Shannon, but only cruiser boats, we wanted to see narrow boats or barges. We think today is the hottest day we've had since being here in ireland - three weeks on Thursday. Kevin did a lot of driving and we finally arrived in CONG around 6.30pm. WE ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE PLACE, I HAVE NEVER SEEN A TOWN LIKE IT! Cong is a village straddling the borders of County Galway ...
... the second floor and the basement kitchen and staff working area, this is only open 2-3 times a year. Next time perhaps. When the National Trust bought Castle Coole in the 1950s, the Earl of Belmont left his furniture and everything else inside. He still owns it (and he still lives in the gatekeepers cottage). False doors are a feature of Castle Coole - constructed to the Georgian ideal of perfect symmetry, bordering on the obsessive-compulsive, everything had to be done in pairs ...
... the kitchen, which was miles from the dining room. Lord Enniskillen liked his toast warm and crunchy, when it never suited him everyone heard about it, (how the hell would you keep toast hot that far from the kitchen) so the house keeper was going to present him with a with a long handled fork so he could toast over the fire coals and a pot and stand so he could boil his own eggs. The kitchen ceiling was like a massive lead umbrella to prevent ...
... Jean phoned her brother Gerard, he suffers from Parkinson's, and arranged that we go to their place later in the afternoon. We never realised that Gerard and Patricia lived on the outskirts of Sixmilecross. We managed to keep up with Jean (driving) and Joseph, she has a little blue car and man did she drive it! We drove into Sixmilecross from Beragh direction and it was beautiful drive ...