Villa Rose Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... the irst night we were blessed with dry weather as an anticyclone settled over Ireland. The first couple of days were cool and a bit misty but by Sunday the weather became warm and sunny. This allowed us to enjoy our favourite pastime in perfect conditions; walking the many beaches on this part of the Donegal ...
... I played it safe and arrived early to Busaras today expecting to get a 12:15 directly there but I arrived at quarter to 11 and Boom! a bus was leaving at 11, stopping here and there along the way but it still wouldn't be bad and at least I'd be on the road! so we did it! while waiting for the bus, the driver had trouble opening the compartment door for luggage, and the security guard came over and there were 3 workers standing staring at everyone just absolutely failing ...
... rule. The English hopelessly outnumbered the Irish Rebel Forces but increased support for republicanism. The war on independence lasted many years, led by the Irish Republic Arms (IRA), fighting for the rights of the people. Michael Collins of the IRA was involved in the signing of the Anglo-Irish treaty signed at Westminster. It was a compromise between and independent republic and a province of the empire. He felt had signed his ...
... efforts. Which reminds me! We made great friends in Vero and Maria, two German tourists from Berlin. Because I am conversational (enough) in German, I was very excited to talk with them. They said my German was perfect. Thanks, Frau Weirich, high school German teacher!
After the Rope Bridge, we headed to the main attraction: the Causeway. The pictures are wonderful but hardly do the sight justice. It was humbling and remarkable to be ...
... 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 ...