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at the border with Northern Ireland there are numerous small country roads where
you can walk or cycle in safety. Close by is Emy lake with its own 5 mile walk
around the perimeter and only walkers allowed. Drive a few more miles and visit
Castle Leslie in Glaslough where the rich and famous take their wedding vows
a few more miles and you will find towering over Monaghan Town is St Macartans
Cathedral, and within the town is the St Louis Convent and their own unique
Museum with gifts from countries which the worked in all over the world.
County Museum is on Mill St in the town and well worth seeing. Just outside the
town if you are the outdoor person is Rossmore Golf Club, and a bit further out
if you fancy yourself as a rally driver Rally School Ireland will put you
through your paces and you can decide if rallying is for you
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one hour the visitor can travel North to The Giants Causeway, all the attractions
in Belfast, and there are many namely the Titanic Museum, The
Oddessy, Europa Hotel and all the areas of historical interest. Derry the 2013
city of culture is a must as a City steeped in history, tradition and culture.
It is the home of Dana, John Hume, Paul Brady, and Phil Coulter, Spend at least
a day in Donegal, with it stunning and breathtaking scenery. Fermanagh, with its
lakes is beautiful and a tour along the river Erne will bring you to Enniskillen
where Queen Elizabeth visited last summer.
south from Grangeview you can visit Newgrange which was constructed over 5000
years ago before the great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. Newgrange was always known
as a passage tomb but is now seen as an ancient temple. A holiday in Ireland
would not be complete without a visit there.
are just a sample of what is here to be seen, there is much, much more.