Travel Blogs from Bushmills, United Kingdom

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Giant Whiskey Bridge, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Giant Whiskey Bridge

A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner

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Northern Ireland is a remarkable place, through little picturesque towns all boasting their own unique Irish character, we came to the northern coast, and to the Giant's Causeway. The Giant’s Causeway in no small terms is the most thrillingly and ...

Giant's Causeway, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by edg126

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I slept OK, woke up at 9 and had breakfast.  We left at 10:30 to meet Cathy at a park and ride to the Giant’s Causeway.  John, Jill, and Cathy had all been there, but it had been years since they were there last.  I hear similar ...

Bushmills, Whiskey, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Bushmills, Whiskey

A travel blog entry by wolfsea

... the town all decorated with the england flag of st.george. Few people on the streets. Anyway we found our way to the destillery, Bushmills and had a nice tour and taste of Whiskey. It might be the best whiskey in the world! ;-) After the taste, we ...

One Small Step for Finn McCool, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

One Small Step for Finn McCool

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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Finn MacCool was a giant. Not a very big giant, but a giant nonetheless. When he stood on the shore near his home on the north Antrim Coast, he could clearly see all the way to Scotland, a mere 18 miles away. One fine day, looking out at the Scottish ...

The Northern Irish Coast, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

The Northern Irish Coast

A travel blog entry by joshnadeau

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From Carrickfergus we traveled north through County Antrim along a fantastic coastal highway. Our driver told us we were going though a region known as The Glens, a series of nine glens (translated as "at the foot of the hill," or valleys) with sloping ...

Checking out the destillery, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Checking out the destillery

A travel blog entry by joergenmaria

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Giant's Causeway, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

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I got up at 6 today. Something is wrong. But it was worth it, as I walked along the waterfront at a really peaceful time on the way to the train station. And then I was on my way to the Giant’s Causeway! I got talking to a nice chap on ...

Wait...which bus do we get on?, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Wait...which bus do we get on?

A travel blog entry by kristonkay

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... bus. So we had to wait an hour to get on the bus we had already been on. Switched buses again and finally at 5 we arrived in Bushmills. That night we didn't do much, but go out to eat and explore the town a little bit. Then the next day we got up and ...

The Road Without McCarthy, Derry City and Port Stewart, Ireland travel blog

The Road Without McCarthy

A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen

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Travel Tip # 23:Swiss Army Knives are Man Magnets Wow! What a fantastic trip I had. I was in 4 major cities in one day including Cork, Dublin, Belfast and Derry City. Along my trip I got friendly and welcoming messages from those people at Vodaphone ...

Giant Causeway and return to Dublin, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Giant Causeway and return to Dublin

A travel blog entry by nansonderun

After an interupted sleep for some of us - due to some smart alec trying out the smoke alarm system at 12.30am... Well it woke one of us and the other had to wake the other member of the party up by turning the light on and saying we have to ...

The Giant's Causeway and Rope Bridge, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

The Giant's Causeway and Rope Bridge

A travel blog entry by sarahindenmark

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The next day we headed out to the coast to one of Ireland's biggest tourist attractions. Of course, we stopped on the way for some more castle ruins too. Anyways, we ended up at the Giant's Causeway which has all types of cool rock formations. ...

Bushmills, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Bushmills

A travel blog entry by pedeu

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Stop at a Bushmills supermarket for supplies and at Bushmills Distillery for a snack and souvenirs. It's Ireland's oldest Whiskey Distillery, where the famous Bushmills Whiskey is ...

Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Carrick-a-rede, United Kingdom travel blog

Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge

A travel blog entry by pedeu

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In the mid 1600s, salmon fishermen erected a rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island, in order to reach the best places to catch the migrating salmon. It stands over a 30m above the sea. It's one of Northern Ireland's best-loved attractions, where ...

Playing on the Giant's Causeway, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Playing on the Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

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Giant's Causway, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Giant's Causway

A travel blog entry by corny15

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Up and around the very northern tip of Ireland is the Giant's Causway, a very popular geological site said to have been created by the legendary Finn McCool, a giant who pounded his way through the region. Very spectacular scenery, topped off by our best ...

Bushmills Distillery, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Bushmills Distillery

A travel blog entry by goofballs

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... .. Susan: The old Busmills Distillery is Ireland's oldest whiskey distillery. In 1608, a royal licence was granted for the district of Bushmills to distill 'uisce beatha' (water of lif in Gaelic, or whiskey as we know it). We are here for the 400 ...

The Giant's Causeway, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

The Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by jkloewen

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She did it again! Jess is a planner. We have had moments and a few days on our trip where we wouldn't plan anything, and that has been great! We love getting advice from others on what to see and where to go. We've done things spontaneously and it has ...

I Climbed A Small Mountain, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

I Climbed A Small Mountain

A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey

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You're excited about this blog right! Cause of the title right! Good! You should be! So many exclamation points...sorry. So today, me, Alison, Taylor, Matt, and En'Ante went to go to Giant's Causeway; the northern coast of the island of Ireland. I say we ...

Ireland Day 6, Whitepark Bay, United Kingdom travel blog

Ireland Day 6

A travel blog entry by gbrumby79

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Ireland Day 6 Today started out with us finding our way out of Belfast in the morning. Driving pass the murals reminded me of the black cab tour we had yesterday. Our first stop was at Glenariff National Park. Here we took the ...

Stranocum, Stranocum, United Kingdom travel blog

Stranocum

A travel blog entry by ajbronze11

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After a morning walk to the 'People's Park' (there was no-one else in it) with Lyla we packed up again (still can't used to this living out of a bag lark) and made our way north to a little village called Stranocum where Justine's Dad and StepMum live. A ...

Belfast to Bushmills, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Belfast to Bushmills

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

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Very scenic drive via Giant's Causeway ...

Road Trip to Giants Causeway...by Finn McCool, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Road Trip to Giants Causeway...by Finn McCool

A travel blog entry by lisa-phin

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... over the rope bridge. Stunning views out to the surrounding small islands and along the coastline. We then continued on to Bushmills town, hoping to stop off at the Bushmills distillery but unfortunately we were about 15 minutes too late and missed the ...

Giant's Causeway, Roshcie and Pubs till 3:30am., Balleycastle, United Kingdom travel blog

Giant's Causeway, Roshcie and Pubs till 3:30am.

A travel blog entry by raisongal

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I left Belfast and took a bus up to Balleycastle. It was the closest city to Dunloy that had a hostel and it also was near the Giant's Causeway, a site that is much hyped in Northern Ireland. I arrived in town around 2pm, and immediately Siobhan, the ...

One small step on one Giant Causeway, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

One small step on one Giant Causeway

A travel blog entry by oneseanhimself

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Day 3 We began the day with breakfast with Mickey and Mary and hit the road to the Giants Causeway (Northern Ireland). One of the natural wonders in the world according to someone.   We stopped for an hour or two at Dunluce Castle perched on the ...

Larne to Giant's Causeway near Bushmills, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Larne to Giant's Causeway near Bushmills

A travel blog entry by malinda65

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... and then the water diappears; it was gone when we drove past), Ball castle (missed taking the photo of the castle ruin), Bushmills (had a great photo op outside of the village of the Irish Sea with Scotland off in the distance. Nearby there was a rope ...

In the footsteps of Finn McCool, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

In the footsteps of Finn McCool

A travel blog entry by helenlilley

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... licence, but then, so were a great deal of other pubs and people in the area. After the tour I was given a dram of Bushmills' distillery reserve -- a lovely 12 year old single malt that is only for sale at the distillery itself. I was very tempted to buy ...

day of impressions - coast in Northern Ireland, Giants Causeway, United Kingdom travel blog

day of impressions - coast in Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by bogna

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I woke up in the morning with thought that I have to make decision where to go. I thought I`d go to Giants Causeway. Because bus was going only every 2 hours, train didn`t go there at all, I decided to hitchhike. I went for a walk to get off the city. ...

Eire! sort of, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Eire! sort of

A travel blog entry by pilgrimdeb

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... 4 miles out, in the country. In the morning I took a taxi in, planning to catch the bus to the Old Bushmills Whisky Distillery. FIRST, however -- straight to the post office to send some of this ever-heavier luggage home! Books and glossy pamphlets ... ...

Day 13 Belfast, Giants and crazy bridges, Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 13 Belfast, Giants and crazy bridges

A travel blog entry by taralynne

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... .. boy did I need it! today my COLD is gone! I'd say for sure thats an Irish cure for the cold! WHOO HOO!  btw.. bushmills whiskey distillery was just down the road. I'm sure thats what she used and thats what I'll be buying next time I have a cold.. ...

Not everywhere is set up for tents., Bushmills, United Kingdom travel blog

Not everywhere is set up for tents.

A travel blog entry by kazbar212

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