The rojiblanco coach, Gariz Gaizka, had as safe casualties the operated De Marcos and the injured in the hip, Aritz Aduriz, with the possibility that Iker Muniain Reappear from your biceps femoris injury with a few minute dispute. But, due to illness, you can fall some more.At the moment the caution is maintained to see the evolution of those affected until the moments before the appointment of Sestao. Balenziaga it was one of them during the week while Unai Núñez He did not train yesterday. The fever that affects some lions in the last hours delays the officialization of the call for the match this afternoon (7 pm) between Sestao River and Athletic at the Las Llanas stadium.
A warm welcome awaited Queen Elizabeth 2 on her history-making maiden call to Killybegs today.The Cunard Line cruise ship berthed at Killybegs this Friday to much fanfare, as it was the largest ever liner to visit the pier. The new 300m pier was just perfect to accommodate the 92,000 tonne ship, which at 294m is twice as long as Croke Park. Donegal Cathaoirleach Seamus O’Domhnaill greeted the 1,200-strong crew and 2,000 passengers on their arrival, while tourism officials were ready to guide the disembarking visitors on making the most of their day in Donegal.Queen Elizabeth 2 at KillybegsDonegal Tourism greeting station at Killybegs HarbourBus fleets whisked hundreds of eager tourists away to locations such as Donegal Town, Glenveagh, Glencolmcille Folk Village, Crolly and The Rosses. Visitors come here for an experience and to see the Irish landscape, sea and culture, according to Sales and Loyalty Manager Petra Staffen. However, there was no shortage of high-end shopping bags from Donegal Town when guests arrived back in the afternoon.The Queen Elizabeth is the youngest of Cunard’s three ships. She has sailed around the world since her launch in 2010. This week, she had collected passengers from Rotterdam and Southampton before setting sail for Scotland, Ireland, the Channel Islands and England.Views of Killybegs from the Queen ElizabethThe new pier opens a world of opportunities for Killybegs, which was well-represented by today’s visit. Thanks to its deep water harbour and the stunning natural scenery of the surrounding areas, Killybegs is asserting itself as the cruise capital of the Wild Atlantic Way. Queen Elizabeth has now departed on its next adventure to Greenock, but it is hoped that visitors are leaving with lasting memories and a desire to return for a second helping of the delights of Donegal.See a picture special of the ship’s interiors here:In Pictures: See inside the luxury liner that made history at KillybegsQueen Elizabeth cruise visit marks major milestone for Killybegs was last modified: July 23rd, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:cruisecunard lineKillybegsQueen ElizabethtourismTravel