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TravelPod Member ReviewsSmugglers Inn Bushmills
Had a good night sleep and an Ulster Fry for breakfast.
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... cash to offset declined cards. The rest of the trip was very smooth. The Eurostar under the English Channel amazed again and the trip from London to Liverpool through the English countryside was pleasant even under cloudy skies. Did not see much of Liverpool from the cab as we drove from the train station to the ferry dock. Cabin secured, we boarded at nine for a ten PM departure. The trip across the Irish Sea to Belfast was very smooth, but with ...
... that Fionn must be absolutely ginormous if this is his baby, so he ran back to Scotland with his tail between his legs and destroyed the causeway behind him. What we see today is just the remnants of the causeway that Fionn built. These giants sound quite cowardly to me, and even though the story is told with Fionn McCool as the hero, it seems obvious to me that it is really Oonagh who saved the day there with her brains, not her ...
... the location was great.
After settling in we went to look for a place to eat. There was a 2 hour wait in the place that was recommended. The next day was a big festival. So we found a little cafe, had a poor hamburger and wandered around the town. It is very small, about two - three blocks long. Believe it or not we never did get to the Bushmills Distillary.
After having lunch at Chilly McCools we made our way to the Giants causeway. Fortunately for us the weather was just perfect to get a good view of Scotland across the way as well as being able to climb on the rock formations and just enjoy walking around taking in all the scenery. Heading to Belfast to stay in the worlds most frequently bombed hotel, fingers crossed they are losing that ...
... some biscuits and tea then she gave us a tour of the grounds. She talked more with us about what life was like as a new teacher having to commute past the guards and the road blocks due to events that were taking place during The Troubles. To think that this was happening during my lifetime was totally mind-blowing for me. She talked about being late for work on some days because she had to totally reroute her path as a result of car bombings or ...