County Donegal
County Donegal
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Things To Do in County Donegal

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Historical Site
137***66Grianan of Aileach is a magnificent, stone ringfort located in County Donegal. Each year we return to Ireland we visit the Grianan, which lies within fifteen miles of Letterkenny.
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Golf Course
M32***23Friends who work in the UK say that this Portalon Golf Club is relatively cheap locally. Many companies will choose to build a team here, which is more suitable for novices, a lot of participation, and a large driving range~
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Golf Course
M32***23In the UK, golf is a relatively common sport, suitable for all people to participate in. The catch is that the Greencastle Golf Club course is relatively old and old. Many equipment is being updated. The sense of technology is not very strong. Not bad~
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Golf Course
M32***23This Ballyliffin Golf Club is a very good golf club. It is small and the lawn of the course is well maintained. There will also be shuttle buses running back and forth between the hotel and the venue. It is more convenient and suitable for one night. Overall it is satisfactory!
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Equestrian
137***66When we finally got back to the stables, an older gentleman who claimed he was trained in first aid proceeded to roughly grab my ankle, put ice directly onto my skin and tried to bandage it with an old dirty flannel (I am first aid trained, and all of these are mistakes.). My husband and I were furious and we just got out of there.They refused to take payment, which was very good of them. My main problem here is the fact that they have no real plan for accidents- and accidents do happen with horses. Nobody was first aid trained, the leader was freaked out and had no idea what to do, and the owner seemed more concerned with running her errands than tending to an injured customer.
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