Glenn Eireann House B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cushendall
... Kavan - Mr. Blue Eyes, who can wrap you around his finger! We visited for awhile, then went back. I had some idle Internet stuff to so, so did it. Blaire was hanging in the living room, totally vegging. Elizabeth then came over, with Meagan, and I then gave her the matching purse to Catrina. That worked out great. Elizabeth, Rosanna and I were laughing and hooting up in the kitchen, with our cake and tea. More sweets!!!! Then on cue, the kids came in for sweets. Intuitive! ...
... later, had a problem with a couple of sheep that were frightened by our car and wanted to race us down the road. We finally managed to pass them without hitting them. Having escaped us they then turned around and walked back up the road.
As it was raining Tom was very diligent in taking photos while Ruth enjoyed the views from the car.
However by the time we reached Glenarm and the walled garden of Glenarm Castle the weather was fine and we ...
... s restaurant. Today is Father’s Day here. It turned out the restaurant was not busy when we were there though they were expecting a large party later in the evening. The meal was OK but not anything to rave about – the chef did not have a good understanding of steak cooked blue! Ruth could just cope with her medium rare, tougher than liked, ...
... the area where it was built and the massive size it was. I can't believe how they built something that grand so long ago. It was truly magnificent.
Basil then treated me to some cherry tea as we discussed more history of the Titanic and of Belfast in that time period. I was thankful to have such a great tour guide that was so personalized and not in a group.
After the tour, I met up with Brandt at the house and we decided to go to lunch at a typical ...
Today's theme was "north".
After a hearty breakfast we got in the car and began the drive to Belfast, the GPS said it would take about 2 hours and we had booked the accommodation already, so we had plenty of time to get there.
First stop was a petrol station. The car was down to just under ¼ of a tank and I knew it was time to refuel. Naturally this caused problems. Firstly, there is a sign on the cars back ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking