Lough Lannagh Holiday Village
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
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... is shown on the map pin for today. We decided to drive back to the Sky Road observation area to watch the sunset. Unfortunately it got very cloudy so the sun was hidden behind the clouds, but the sky was beautiful. Sunset was at 4:47PM, so we did pack in a lot of fun in a relatively short day. We got back to the hotel before it got too dark and we were able to rest and relax for a few hours before dinner.
We had dinner at our hotel ...
... Irish food of the past and the other side Irish food of the present. We ordered off of the past menu. We had mussel soup (Yes, seafood soup again!) and corned beef and cabbage. We then headed to the cigar terrace off of the Billiards Room, so you know who could have a cigar and cognac (pretty reminiscent of our wedding). Last stop of the evening, Prince of Wales Cocktail Bar for a night cap of an old fashioned for both Sam and ...
... in a bar to watch the Irish Rugby team defeat the French in Rugby World Cup 2015. Lots of cheering and a makeshift Irish Wave. Ireland's soccer team lost to the Polish team later that night; Not so much cheering. Our tour in Derry took us by a memorial to the 14 who were shot and killed by British soldiers in Derry on January, 1972. One of those killed was related to our local tour guide, Gavin. If you're old enough, you'll remember it as Bloody Sunday. ...
... Mr. Phillip O'Brien couldn't help but tell jokes and try to teach me some local Irish slang, which I can't pronounce for the life of me. There was plenty of time before my train would leave, so we took the long way through Dublin, allowing us to see the coast, the Royal Dublin Golf Club, the James Joyce House, part of the Guinness brewery, and the City Center. And traffic wasn't too bad, as this is a long bank holiday weekend. Every part of the ...
... wave. And on a single one hour stretch of road between Eniskillen and Sligo we passed eleven tractors. It gave me chills.
Now, for a brief description of some of the best, or most notable, or most filled with sheep, sights we visited in Ireland:
Possibly the most famous sight in all of Ireland, and certainly in Northern Ireland, we unfortunately found it somewhat disappointing. Maybe it was the name, or maybe all the photos we had ...