Derrin Guest House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... covering the construction; launch; fit out; maiden voyage; sinking; the aftermath and Myths and Legends. We also added on a walking tour of the site, including the drawing offices and boardroom, and the slip where it was launched, which is now a memorial garden to the victims.
... across were 3 mounds of rock, small, medium and large but the fantastic thing was the formation of the them. It looked like someone had carved each rock into 'debatable' five and or six sided shapes and created these mounds. Fascinating structures. With us being early we didn't get to go into the centre to find out all of the information as to the story behind giants and how it came about. All we know is that science tell us that the unique six sided basalt columns and formations ...
... zombie-like and Saskia and Eartha became witches, with eyes painted on their eye-lids. I was a bit of a tiger and Romy had a skull face. Ken was sporting a skin-tight Lycra number with wings and a groinal bulge that took over the room. Lisa was an extremely tipsy horse-rider, Niamh had a green Frankenstein face, and Michelle had a Santa hat and a sign claiming it was only 55 days until Xmas. Scary. There were also loads of kids running around, and they all seemed to be having a fun ...
Tuesday was travel day. We sadly headed to Keflavik International Airport at 4:45am to return our rental, say goodbye to Iceland and head on our way to Northern Ireland. The first flight was Keflavick, IS to Glasgow, Scotland. It was only a two hour flight and was a smooth flight, barring two minutes or so of turbulence.
After landing in Glasgow it was time to check in for our flight from Glasgow to Belfast. We checked in, grabbed some lunch and then ...
... city hall, the Masonic Temple, the Carnegie-funded library, and other pompous Imperial Victorian and Edwardian piles, dated from before the Troubles. The only later monuments that I can remember seeing were the Europa Hotel, which was bombed many times back in the day, an art deco building for the Bank of Ireland, and a tall yellow-trimmed office building dedicated by Prince Charles. At the time he commented that it was the ugliest building in Great ...