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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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"There are only two kinds of people in the world, the Irish and those who wish they were."
I was starting to get very comfortable with Spud (so named because, in just the right light, our sewing machine on wheels looks like a large peeled Irish potato), so it was time to get out on some of the winding coastal roads that surround the …
... out of town. We've got another busy day planned :-) Today we cross over from Southern to Northern Ireland. Very disappointing that there was nothing indicating when we crossed the border, even the speed limit signs looked the same . . . Gary needs to remember it's now mph!
First stop, Bushmills. Before taking the tour, we ...
... the ocean. The salmon fisheries are gone, but the bridge is maintained as a tourist experience and a spot for some nice photos. We hit the bridge just as the temperature dropped twenty degrees, skies darkened and the always present wind kicked up another 20 - 30 mph. The rope bridge experience during high winds and horizontal sleet was an experience! Needless to say, Charlene passed on this experience. Her loss! ...
... wide chasm between the mainland and a tiny island. Words aren't enough to really capture the beauty and grandeur of the landscape. Be sure to look at the pictures. Our final destination at the end of a very full day was Dunluce Castle. It was built in the Middle Ages by a very well to do Earl and his wife Katherine. She apparently loved to give dinner parties until one night half of the kitchen fell into the sea and took 14 servants with it. She was very ...
... while planning our trip last fall. It was one of the main reasons I chose the northern loop versus the southern loop of Ireland. We were NOT disappointed! It was breath-taking. Ireland really IS green and really DOES have a lot of sheep! Green, lush, rolling hills were on one side, water on the other. We passed through the nine glens of Ireland (where their stories of enchanted fairies come from). We stopped off at the Glenarm Walled Garden and ...