Cul Erg Bed and Breakfast Portstewart
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... more info from her sister.
We left Derry around 1.30pm.
At Strabane before crossing the Liffey into the Republic, we saw these amazing 4mtre high s/s and bronze figures. They were gorgeous! Look at the size of Kevin with them! See pics.
You know you're in the Republic, the miles become kms, the road signs are in irish and English, and petrol/diesel prices are in Euros.
Fascinated with the styles of traffic on the road here ...
... a massive king size bed with a chaise lounge against the foot, 2 large portraits with 8" glit frames, 2 chandeliers, double hand basins in large ensuite with step bath and shower. A marble fireplace no less, Floor that cause 100mph marbles to smash, four various items of period furniture, is beautiful, sooooo spacious, beautiful china tea/coffee cups,, ohhhhhhh, and the bed is divine, at last again, a bed that the hips can ...
... man from that point on. The castle went through two American owners after that, both of which took great care of the castle. The last owner eventually donated all of the land as well as the castle to Ireland on the condition that it be turned into a national park, which it was.
Dinner tonight consisted of imitation Thai food. Let me tell you, I did not come all the way to Ireland to eat Thai food, and mediocre Thai food at that. I make way better food at home. ...
... quickly than that. This tour is a definite highlight of our trip.
At the end of the tour, Ciaran dropped us off at Titanic Belfast as we had prearranged with Paddy. We were there a wee bit early before our designated time. (I purchased timed tickets online before leaving home.) We had time to walk around the Titanic Quarter for a little while and saw Samson and Delilah, the two giant cranes used ...
... floor, but it is of course raining. The hotel restaurant was delicious as we had Kara's birthday dinner tonight since it was ridiculously expensive in Iceland to get steak. It was probably the first time we've had a fried steak but it turned out quite nice, but not quite the same as being grilled on a BBQ.
The statement "It's a small world" really rang true tonight when we were having dinner. There was an elderly couple sitting at a table across from us and I overheard ...