Villa Rose Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be wonderful as we talked with them about our travels and learned a lot about what we should and shouldn’t do in South Africa when we make our way there. It turns out that the friend who checked us in is also in the B&B business just outside of Cape Town so she gave us our information and insisted that we stay with her when we visit! After a hearty breakfast and great conversation we headed out towards Galway where we would be staying for ...
... Yeats. We've decided to cut our trip short by a day and are leaving our Connemara day trip for our last weekend. We stop at Sligo Abbey, built in the 13th century and burned in the 15th century, and saved from the worst of the Reformation's war against Catholic institutions by friends in high places. The Abbey, like every other ruined church or abbey is also a cemetery, the town cemetery. It also boasts one of the few remaining sculptured stone altars. The kids are off ...
The sky is cloudy, the clouds are white and grey but I see patches of blue sky and sun. I hope it keeps. After breakfast, we drive through Derry through the city walls and view the Guild Hall, erected in the 1890's and subjected to multiple IRA bombings in the 20th century. The city wall in front of the Guild Hall holds a plaque dedicated to those who lost their lives by bombs and weapons manufactured in Derry and this District. Below the plaque are children's toys and ...
... and warms the belly, especially on such a bleak day. When we finish we race back to the car, the rain seeming to fall faster and heavier, and back to the Giants Causeway. We pull into the Giants Causeway car park, and see a ticket price sign: £21.00. Joon and I get out to investigate if this is even worth getting out as the wind and pouring rain would make any kind of walk unlikely. When we return we have determined that the cost includes the car ...
... stations" which are mix of pagan and Christian symbology and ritual. Saw an ancient priest's hole in a graveyard where an abbey had been located -- an Anglican Church was built generally on the site in 1912. The PM was again in the vicinity, attending a family function at a local hall. Tonight dinner at the hotel followed by a tin whistle lesson (I only came for the tin whistle we get to keep ;-) ) and some Irish ...