Monaghans Harbour Hotel
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... them all. Despite this though, seeing the English countryside is quite lovely and there is a snack bar! There are some magnificent views of the coastline.
I recently finished a packet of cheese & onion flavored walkers chips, and mum and dad shared some jaffa cakes with their (microwaved) tea from the snack bar.
Our train will arrive at Holyhead, where we will get the ferry to Ireland.
... Riverdance show. Headed for home as we are meeting Noel and Ger for dinner at 6pm (Chivvys Parents) We headed for the Shellbourne Hotel, had après dinner drink at the Private club across the road and then sat down for a wonderful meal accompanied by a good Austrian White ...and spent the next 6hrs chatting laughing and enjoying the company of the Fords. Great night ,their hospitality was more than we expected and it topped off our ...
... than the text. Four monks
who lived in isolation on Skellig Michael Island, 6 miles off the coast of
Ireland started it in 800 AD. They spent their entire lives working on this one
book. They lived in isolation because that is what the Christian belief was at
the time-probably because they wanted to hide from the Romans, who were pagan.
You can still visit the island to this day and see the little stone cells they
each lived in. The Book of Kells is ...
One of the most fascinating parts of touring the prison, other than the enthralling history lesson, was the famous Panopticon prison design of the new Victorian wing. This part of the prison, a modern wonder of its time, was designed along the principle that constant supervision would keep prisoners in line. The wing was thus designed so that the prison guard could see everything that was going on. Each cell had peep holes, so that the guards could ...
... to the hotel at about 11:30am and our room was ready!!!!!!!! Which is the best thing ever after an overnight flight. Plus we were upgraded to a junior suite! Woo hoo! After a nap, we headed off to Grafton street... the main shopping area that is closed off to traffic. By now it was dark and everyone was out and about in a very festive mood. There were really good street musicians everywhere and people are clearly in a holiday ...