The Banks of the Faughan Motel

Address: 69 Clooney Road, Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT47 3PA, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 69 Clooney Road, Derry, is near Brunswick Superbowl, Foyle Bridge, Waterloo Street, and Boom Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Derry

Northern Ireland - Awe Inspiring

A travel blog entry by maber23 on Jul 02, 2015

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... I thought I would make it in time for the last admission but I was 10 minutes too late. It turns out that it wasn't necessarily worth it as I could get great photos in areas that didn't require admission. I even "met" or saw the owner of Shutter magazine (a photography magazine) there, as he was personally doing a wedding photo shoot for an upcoming issue of the magazine. I was too scared to ask when it would be out, so I'll just have to keep an eye out for ...

You Are Now Entering Free Derry

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 01, 2015

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... a raincheck on that and did the Tower museum which more unbiased spoke about the entire history of Derry, it was very formative and interesting and concluded with outfits of protestors from the 60s-70s and a film with footage of Bloody Sunday and the recent lovely, peaceful times of Derry. Lies, I cried 3 times in Derry the 2nd was watching this film in the museum. i ran into 2 older englishmen actually in the museum I saw at the guildhall the previous day, and we spoke ...

Paddywagon Derry

A travel blog entry by jacquihawthorne on Feb 03, 2015

Carrick-o-rede bridge - swinging bridge that used to be used by fisherman to get to a small island. Giants Causeway - made by lava , looks like a giant staircase. Guinness and beef pie for lunch Derry walking tour, we saw the Bog, the wall. There were lots of ...

Entering Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by consultimago on Aug 20, 2014

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We traveled through the changing scenery of more cattle than sheep and lots more oak trees and lovely streams to Londonderry, our first stop in Northern Island. Ireland is divided into two countries. The south is the Republic of Ireland, a separate independent, Catholic country. Northern Island is still a Protestant British commonwealth and part of the United Kingdom. It was interesting that Susie, our guide who is from Belfast ...

Rain, Rain, Go Away...

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 02, 2014

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We take the Coastal Route to Giants Causeway, though none of us are sure if we'll even be able to see it, since it requires some walking and in this weather just a quick walk to the pub for lunch left us quite wet. The closer we come to the Causeway the heavier the mist becomes. It sits so low that you can barely see in front of you. The mist rises as the wind speed increases. Mist blows across the road like waves in the ocean.

We bypass Giants ...