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TravelPod Member ReviewsSmugglers Inn Bushmills
Had a good night sleep and an Ulster Fry for breakfast.
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It started out with heavy rain. The rain stopped and out came the beautiful sunshine - well that's Ireland for you. We decided to go to the Giants Causeway while the sun was out - turns out that was a good decision. The entrance building was typical of many modern establishments at historic sites around Ireland. Ultra modern and full of information …
Time to start our coastal tour. This Coast has a new walking track that uses bridges and tunnels to skirt the coast - the coastal causeway road is like that too. Wherever you look there are picture perfect scenes. The.horizon was a bit cloudy, but I am told you can see Scotland, Mull of Kintyre, on a clear day. This road reminds me of Sunday drives …
... named Tartine at Distillers Arms. We had Irish oysters Rockefeller, Irish smoked salmon on Swiss chard and beet roots, salt and pepper squid with Napa cabbage, and Jameson, neat for Matt, on the rocks for Sam. The foodies that we are have not had the same meal twice and have been very surprised by how good the food is each time. Everything is just so fresh. After dinner, we headed to the Bushmills Inn for an Irish nightcap of Guiness and ...
... was awesome and we spent quite a while wondering around and taking the requisite photos. Mark even lit a candle!
We decided to visit the infamous Temple Bar area for a look and supper as we had vouchers for a 2 for 1 priced burger at Bad Bobs. We found it quite easily and settled into a very nice evening of good burgers and beers with some chats to the locals. The staff were extremely helpful and a good time was had by all. After our burgers we headed off ...
... off the coast of Scotland added it into their mythology as a causeway
between the two coasts over which two resident giants fought each other. I
can’t help but recall a ranger-led walk I went on at an archaeological site in
West Texas a few years ago during which one of the people on the tour decided
to give an alternative “Biblical” narrative for all the explanations of
geological phenomenon the ranger gave, “Creation ...