Pheasants Hill Country
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... collapsed on the sofa and Matthew sorted through netflicks on the tele and found Warhorse !! A good day...... After a good rest we found an Italian restaurant around the corner called Speranza - pasta all round (and a few beers. !!) Late night amendment - just seen the 10 O'clock news that the Queen is staying just round the corner from us and is visiting Central Belfast tomorrow. Maybe she will meat us for a bite to eat for lunch ...
... know what the way back was like). Still amazes us that you can take your dog with you anywhere in Ireland and Northern Ireland and even England and Wales. They can stay in your hotel room, go sightseeing, go on trains and buses....(Bron, I know what you are thinking!). Back on the road again and we were following the tourist coast road again onto the Carrick-a-ride rope bridge. This was a huge downhill walk including two lots of stairs and all I could think ...
... part where the Protestant side backs on the Catholic side also has an even larger 'Peace wall' still erect in this day and age there only to stop projectiles being thrown over by both sides. You can see the massive burn marks were petrol bombs have hit, which really hits home that this is still very much a happening thing today.
From there, we went through the gates to the Catholic side where you get the exact same thing but from the complete opposite perspective. ...
... became one of the most famous and respected ship building companies in the world. Then you jump up to the 4th floor, and there is a small ride that takes you through a workers daily 12 hours/6 days a week shift hand riveting steel plates to form the ship's hull. Then you head down and floors 3,2, and the second half of 1 and you see what was going on during the crash, the aftermath of the crash, and discovery of the wreckage, ...
We left Bundoran early in the morning as we had a long drive today - Ireland standards. After a relatively short drive, we stopped in Derry/Londonderry, also knows as Slash city. Here we got a walking tour of the city wall which was built in the early 1600's. The old town is next to the river with most of the suburban area outside the walls.
Unfortunately, Derry is where some of the 'troubles' (as they are referred to) took ...