The Rosleague Manor near the small village of Letterfrack, Ireland is home to Tyson, the K9 Concierge. Many people are kind enough to adopt a lost or abandoned dog, but as you will read, this story is about a K9 who adopted a family, along with all of their guests. As I was driving down Irelandâ€™s Wild Atlantic Way, near Letterfrack, I came upon my accommodations for the evening at the Rosleague Manor, an elegant estate situated on 30 secluded acres.
The quintessential American road trip has to be the scenic byways of olâ€™ Route 66. I have road tripped throughout the state of Arizona, but one place I’ve not explored in a long time is Flagstaff. I thought it would be fun to head to the highest city along Historic Route 66 and discover the top winter activities. Many people think of Arizona as a desert landscape, but the state is actually quite diverse.
After seeing dozens of Maritime Canada Lighthouses during a three week road trip, these are my five favorites. I spent three weeks road tripping around Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island (PEI), the three provinces that make up Maritime Canada. During that time I saw dozens of lighthouses. I will admit, I do have a romantic fascination with lighthouses, as I’m sure many of you who are reading this.
@TravelSeeWrite@Failte_Ireland You would have absolutely loved this dog so much that you would have tried to pack him in your luggage and take him home with you. Such a lovable dog. So wise! Thanks for sharing. Apparently you still care. ;;-)
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