The Cairn Bay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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May good and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
... the Troubles that I would not have got otherwise, and starkly demonstrated that the legacy of the conflict lives on to this day. Let us hope that like the Berlin Wall before it, the so called "peace wall" will meet its end sometime soon, and that Catholics and Protestants will continue to live together peacefully.
Tomorrow - another exciting day of travel adventures as I take a tour, visiting several castles on my way to the Giant's Causeway.
... had an enclosed caged backyard due to people lobbing bricks and rocks over the top and into families in there own yard! What we struggled to understand that the war was all over religion and that so called Christians could do such horrible things to each other. In the Catholic side of Belfast they had many memorials of all the innocent men, women and children that were murdered by the government and the Protestants. They had statues and stories ...
Today we did the Belfast Zoo and Cave Hill. The zoo was really neat, it was on the base of Cave Hill and by the time we got to the end of the zoo we were about half way up one side of the mountain. That is one steep zoo! It's like the animals are prepared to say: no you can't come to our zoo, you're fat. Loose weight, be willing to hike, then welcome. It actually took us about 2 hours and we're ...
I am writing this on board the ferry which is taking us from Belfast, Ireland to Cairnryan, Scotland. We have spend the last 11 days in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Where-ever we went we were guaranteed friendly faces, nice scenery and lots and lots of rain. Still we had a nice time in Ireland, the smaller towns and country areas being our favourites.
2 days ago we arrived in the Belfast ...