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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as well, in what we think would have been a 20 acre paddock, all these "trails" of holes like draught horses had trotted across them). Train was good plenty to see but then became a little monotonous, lots of high embankments and stands of trees, guess it cuts the ugly view of the speeding trains - up to 180kms. The train from Glasglow to Ayr was better, but the coach to Ayr/Cairnryan was best. Decided if we had a choice would do the coach everytime. The ferry was ...
... we toured the neighborhoods that remain divided by a large wall, are filled with murals, and were the hotbed of "The Troubles" between 1969 and 1998. At that time, the area lived through constant turmoil - mostly instigated by paramilitary groups from both groups. Our tour was given by a local guide who was a wealth of knowledge about the area and answered both of our many questions. Tonight we bid farewell to Ireland and sail for our first of 3 stops in Scotland - ...
... was originally going to stay with because there was a mix up in dates) in Belfast then, and was on my way ‘home’.
And boy, you know it’s Ireland when you pick up beer before you go home.
We had a chilled afternoon with their friends and housemates and I felt very at home with them all.
... bridge, so we walked quickly. Matthew had given us vouchers before we got off the bus so we headed straight towards the bridge. The coastal walk is free, but visitors must pay to cross the bridge; our admission was included in the tour. The bridge spans approximately 20 meters and is about 30 meters above the rocks and sand below. Once on the island, we enjoyed views of Rathlin Island and islands of Scotland in the distance. There ...
... a traditional knit lace pattern. After Lerwick we headed further south to the Spiggie hotel overlooking Spiggie loch and Spiggie beach. The hotel keeper, Keith, had broken his foot and was understaffed. He had expected only us and another couple, but got a minivan full of birders as well. We all managed and Keith was a good cook, Spiggie bay crab and poached salmon.