Tullyglass House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as I guess when they were in Paris a few years ago they got stuck in a round about for about ten minutes.
Along the way, we met an old pen pal of Kara's who recently had a baby and they live on a dairy farm. One of my favorite things is meeting new dogs and here I got to meet three new dogs! Two were outdoor working dogs but inside I got to give some good ol' fashioned dog loving to Tobey a little Jack Russell Terrier. After about forty-five minutes ...
... in Northern Ireland. The three of us jumped on the train to go explore the Giants Causeway & the Shaky Rope Bridge. We could not of picked a better day to do it. The weather was gorgeous! The train was packed of families heading to the beach from Belfast. Once we got to where we needed to be we then had to catch a bus to get us to the shaky bridge. The scenary was amazing! The coastline was so blue and the contrast of the green hills and cliffs ...
... lunch to take us to the end of our trip plus in our snack bag was our jar of Vegemite which had provided delicious lunches for our entire trip. Then when we stopped to buy more snacks there were no rice cakes... In two stores!! This was truly a "**** situation". Sadly our day of doom was still going strong...
We arrived in Newgrange and popped over to the Newgrange monument, jumped on a tour for an hours time and cruised back to check in to our hotel. Arrived at ...
... The inherit dangers of those walls are immeasurable. I guess as long as they are not going too
fast, the dangers can be minimized. As I looked around I realized that the new girls were given a bag of loaner pads and offered some skates with the sizes written on the outside in black marker that make rental skates look like high dollar skates. Gutter explained to me that Ireland has not had a lot of exposure to roller ...
... the less, the machinations of the politics continues to effect the communities where the battle lines are drawn. A particularly moving example was the conflict centred around Holy Cross Primary School in the Ardoyne area of Belfast. At the time the 'peace lines' were drawn when the troubles arose, this Catholic school found itself on the wrong side requiring students to traverse a mere 200 meters of Protestant turf. This arrangement was honoured for decades until a dispute arose in ...