Strand House Bed And Breakfast
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Today we got up bright and early to join a coach tour of the coast of Northern Ireland. The weather was overall nice and sunny but with unpredictable showers of rain and very windy in places. This made the lovely green countryside change from dark and broody, to sunny, to golden with purple clouds and back again. There were two main highlights, the first being Carrick a Rede rope bridge located just outside Ballintoy, which is only 22m long but is suspended over a 90m drop to the ...
... exploring the many rooms and yards that are in it. The crows played their part also keeping Shaylee on edge the whole time.
Back in the car it was a quick stop in Headford for a coffee and muffin before heading north again for a few hours to the town of Sligo which straddles the Garavogue River. Needing a break from driving and feeling peckish we parked up and found a pub to share a meal and a couple of ...
... Studios buildings where Game of Thrones is shot.
Titanic Belfast offers wonderful exhibits about life in Belfast and shipbuilding in general, as well as the story of the Titanic. There are interactive displays including a ride through the shipyard and a three-sided video screen that you can walk into surrounding yourself with the film.
After we saw all we could of Titanic Belfast, we walked ...
... killing some time with the goat who was trimming the grass in Cushendun we got back onto the coastal route. It's a beautiful drive filled with mountains, lots of sheep, cows, and some spectacular sea views. Some of the things we will be doing tomorrow on our way back is stopping in at the Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede, and Dunluce Castle.
Our hotel in Portstewart is right on the seafront with a small golf course in front. Our room has a seaview with a large patio on ...
... br> became afraid and fled back home, with Benandonner hot on his trail.
The story takes a humorous twist when Finn asks his wife Oonagh to
help him hide. Clever Oonagh disguised Finn as a baby and pushed him
into a huge cradle, so when Benandonner saw the size of the sleeping
‘child’, he assumed the father must be GIGANTIC. Benandonner fled home
in terror, ripping up the Causeway as he went in case he was followed.'