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Ballyraine, Letterkenny, Ireland
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... we willbe staying for teh next few days. We have fantastic views over the lake - Garten Lake near Letterkenny in County Donegal in real Ireland -and am really looking forward to seeing it in good daylight tomorrow. Clare and David (Anne's friends) ...
Lovely day with Hilary, Tara and Eve at the Glenveagh National Park and castle. Had heaps of fun exploring the interpretive centre learning about the history of the castle and surrounding parks. I caught the bus for the short ride to the castle. The ...
Ahhh a nice warm day at the beach, busy as usual..NOT!! The beach we went to near Dunfanaghy, IRELAND, was beautiful and deserted. The walk to this hidden beach was amazing. We had to go across high dunes with grass up to my knees and with little holes ...
We went in to Letterkenny today to have a look around. Mum wanted to see if it was the same as when she was here 19 years ago! It was a steamy 10 degrees so we thought we'd find an ice-cream shop ...
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Burt, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland
Legend says it was built by the ancient gods; the ring fort was known as the Sun Palace and was held sacred. Traces of ancient earthworks, dating to the early Iron Age, surround the fort, enclosing an area of about 5 acres (0.02 km2). The fort itself was probably built in the early centuries of the Christian era. From the 5th to the 12th century AD it served as the royal seat of the O Neill sept of Aileach; it was destroyed by Murtogh O Brien, king of Munster in 1101. To make the demolition complete, the king ordered each of his soldiers to take away a stone from the fort. Grianan of Aileach was reconstructed by Dr Bernard of Derry in 1870, but archaeologists are doubtful about the inner restoration. Surrounding the stone fort are three concentric low walls which formed part of the original fortification of the fort.
Churchill Road, Church Hill Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland
Churchill, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland
Portsalon, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland