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    The Details

    Date: 31st March to 2nd April 2017
    Venue: The Nesbitt Arms Hotel, Ardara, Co. Donegal.
    Cost: €110.00 per person sharing for 2 nights B&B and 2 evening meals. Single supplement €20.00 per night.

    The Friday evening meal is in the bar with a choice from a set menu as people arrive. The Saturday evening meal is together in the dining room.

    Secure parking for bikes.

    There is a ride out on the Saturday through some amazing Donegal scenery.

    So all you have to do is book yourself in and let them know you are with the UKGSer Group.
    The phone number for the Nesbitt Arms Hotel: 353 (0) 749541103
    www.nesbittarms.com

    Hotel is booked out B&B below

    Brae House B&B
    6 rooms available, off road parking.
    In centre of Adara close to hotel.
    €40.00 per night per person sharing
    Call Nora on 087 2828793 or 074 9541296
    braehouse@eircom.net


    BayView Country House B&B
    3 rooms, off road parking.
    A kilometre or so outside Ardara.
    €37.00 per night per person sharing
    Call Marian on 074 9541145

    The Hotel package includes the Friday and Saturday night meals but if staying in B&B and wish to have dinners in hotel the average main course for Friday bar food is €11/12 and the dinner on Saturday is €20.00. I will get names for Saturday dinner nearer the time to let hotel know the numbers.
    Geraldine, Brian and Jochen

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    I'm gonna have to break my duck and go on one of these trips!

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    booked

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    Quote Originally Posted by de crowe View Post
    booked

    Good man yourself

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    Out by one week again, damn & blast
    I just want to get out and ride.....

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    Booked.
    Thanks for organising this again Geraldine and Brian !

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    Excellent Robert, will add you to the list

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    Thumbs up Well done

    Quote Originally Posted by eclectic View Post
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    Looking forward to this w/e great hotel .food .and craic .also brillent roads regards James / Mary
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    So there I was, not two hours ago, chilling in my living room with a coffee and a rich tea and my best mate who's up from Cork. Chatting about work, life, etc, and then he says, "oh yeah - this woman Geraldine I do some work with is putting on some sort of bike get-together in Donegal in April, and she says we should go".

    "Eh, OK", says I, "Dude, I think she's on UKGSer, and I've been asking on the forum about it, and they said it's great, and that you can go too even though you ride a Transalp".

    "Great. Let's book it!"

    Small world?

    See y'all there.

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    Good man, cork people are de best


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    Yeah, but he's a Dub... Emigrated to Cork many moons ago.

    Cork folk are sound enough though - spent four years working around Baltimore/Kinsale/Schull/Cape Clear.

    Looking forward to this now. Funny how he broached it with me from a different direction, before I got the chance to mention it to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhaedrusMC View Post
    Yeah, but he's a Dub... Emigrated to Cork many moons ago.

    Cork folk are sound enough though - spent four years working around Baltimore/Kinsale/Schull/Cape Clear.

    Looking forward to this now. Funny how he broached it with me from a different direction, before I got the chance to mention it to him.
    Indeed he is a good guy even though he emigrated to Cork.
    Delighted ye are considering joining us in Donegal

    Geraldine

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleJohn View Post
    Out by one week again, damn & blast
    sorry to hear that

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhaedrusMC View Post
    Yeah, but he's a Dub... Emigrated to Cork many moons ago.

    Cork folk are sound enough though - spent four years working around Baltimore/Kinsale/Schull/Cape Clear.

    Looking forward to this now. Funny how he broached it with me from a different direction, before I got the chance to mention it to him.

    You've probably met some of my family then.
    And they're the sensiblist of all of the clan! :
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    I am booked as well.

    Thanks for organizing again - look forward to it.
    Ardra is a grand spot for it.

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