No "108" Seacliff Road
Travel Blogs from Bangor
... extol the discovery of a rope bridge, soda bread and peat bogs; very down to earth after the splendours of the city of light. The men mostly look like Billy Elliot’s father. We have to fill in cards that we are entering the UK. The border security all know the Slieve Donard hotel and cluck approvingly that we are here on Irish wedding business. Picking up the car to head to Donagadee with Mart’s fiancÚ Lu, I can see something else they have ...
... photos show some of the special features of the church. One of the photos shows the domed ceiling of the Baptistery. The dome is a mosaic that is composed of 150,000 pieces of glass representing creation and symbolizes earth, air, fire and water; the mosaic was created by two nuns in the 1930’s.
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... tour had to be the walls covered in the names of child victims from small towns that had been the battlegrounds of protestant commandos.
The following day we took a long bus tour out to the Giants causeway, which was an interesting geological rock formation that looks as if it must have been constructed by Giants. We also stopped by at the Glenelge whiskey distillery, not good for many of us from the hostel as we were sporting massive ...
... headed for Belfast but alas, the captain announces a further 1.5hrs sitting on run way. Kids slept, adults just about broke down & cried.
Never mind. We arrived At George best airport in far from our best form. Bloody freezing!
Cars sorted easily and we were on our way. Thanks to some great navigating by julz we found our cottage no with no hiccups. What a lovely surprise. They are gorgeous traditional looking farm cottages. After a quick cuppa we were ...
Tomorrow I am off to Manchester
Images of Ireland
The Irish smoke almost as much as the French.
The cure for everything from constipation to impotence is - a pint!
Guiness tastes like Tar Ponds sludge!
Dubliners are a lot like ...