The Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We are travelling today. We drove about 4 hours from Dingle to Shannon Harbor. We had a beautiful rainbow while we were driving out of Dingle. Short blog tonight; all we did was drive. Tomorrow we go to Clara bog and then on to Drogheda. We start seeing Ballew family sites when we get ...
... which lead through the narrowest roads only to come to a road works which was closed to traffic, so we turned around and went back to where we could take another road. The round trip for the day took us ten hours. Sunday - today we are having a rest there will only be dinner tonight. I am sorry that I am not getting many photos to you but I have too many in the system , I need to get to a place where they can download then onto a stick for me so I will have more room on my ...
We drove from Enniskillen in Northern Ireland around the upper part of Lough Erne on Friday - Natalie's 13th birthday. We stopped for breakfast and presents and then went on a scenic route to Kesh, a little village on the waterway and discovered that the public toilets beside the marina had free hot showers which was rather exciting. Then back to the Irish coast where we picked up the Wild Atlantic Way route again. Tullan Strand had height barriers so on to Mullaghmore, ...
Following a full traditional Irish breakfast which included black & white pudding we bid a fond farewell to Eileen an Falcarragh and were on our way west to Galway and the area of Connemara. First stop was the lovely town of Donegal which we ambled around then had coffee and brought tickets for the big Gaelic football match to be played at Castlebar, County Mayo tomorrow. Stopped at Mullaghmore and saw Lord Mountbattons ' former summer house ( a castle on a hilltop) then proceeded to ...
... on to the ancient Neolithic tomb tunnels at Newgrange - Bru an Boinne - built 3,500BC - took between 10 and 60 years to build. A tour guide allows you to enter 19 metres into the hill to a central chamber constructed from layers of huge stones balanced and angled with smaller stones between each layer with a massive cap stone at the top. Quite an unbelievable engineering and construction effort pre-dating the pyramids and ...