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Interesting drive from Dublin to the North. We were happy not to get lost. Dinner at the Tartine Restaurant in the town of Bushmills. Great food and drinks.
Well, we spent a good portion of the day at the Giant Causeway - not quite the Grand Canyon but a must see. The crowds were light which made it very enjoyable.
... will do to get a photo op. Even our great photos do not do the experience justice. Be sure to google the cliffs to get some amazing professional film and photos. Further up the coast we went through Burren National Park, a very strange area of exposed rock with minimal vegetation. So different from the rest of the surrounding area, yet beautiful in its own right.
One of our special memories of our stay in Cooraclare were the visits to the ...
... called Benandonner. Fionn could never hope to beat him, so he rushed home over the causeway with his tail between his legs, but Benandonner came following him to see what all the fuss was about. When Fionn got home to his wife, the very bright Oonagh, she heard the story and hid Fionn in a baby's cradle dressed as an infant. When Benandonner got to Ireland he found a massive baby, and was told by Oonagh that this is Fionn's child. ...
... tourists just love to cross. Not going to lie, it was pretty awesome and the views were great! A few islands and shores here, as well as many other places in Northern Ireland, are actually home to the set of the TV show Game of Thrones.
We hopped back on the bus and headed to the infamous Giant's Causeway where the legend of Finn MacCool (or Fionn MacCool or Fionn mac Cumhaill depending on who you ask) attempting to fight a huge Scottish Giant came to be. The square, rectangular ...