BEST WESTERN PLUS White Horse Hotel
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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 ...
... and bus tours but they’re booked until May! BUT I spoke with my aunt Bridgie and she said they were gonna take me on a ride sorry sorry, a 'lift", a ‘ride’ here is well, oh nevermind, around Donegal in the springtime and so that takes some expense off me so tahts great! So this upcoming weekend will be all about Derry, debating when I’ll return, there’s a big Ireland v England rugby game on Sunday at 3 and I’ve been told I can’t miss it, ...
... it reached the main road. We walked back into the small village centre and stopped in the corner cafe for a hot chocolate. Afterwards Jo-Ann went to the post office to try a buy a postcard - no such a thing for Ballynahinch apparently. So we sent a Best Wishes card instead to 'Grandma' from her home town. About this time the car rental company phoned to say that they would arriving shortly.
The new car is a red Ford Transit which the kids christened ...
... in a brilliant white that glows in the iridescent lights illuminating this truce between the Catholics and Protestants.
On the other side of the bridge is a sculpture: The Hand Across the Divide, built after the fall of the Iron Curtain as a gesture towards reconciliation. A Protestant and a Catholic stand on either side, their hands outstretched to each other. We walk a little pass the statue and up to the city wall and the New Gate; built in the 1700's in ...
... at a food stall. (and they gave me free food! Woop!)
Then I went down to music at one end of the stalls and sat for an hour reading my book and hacking away at a peach with a pocket knife.
Then, after walking back through the stalls, I remembered there was a stage purely for buskers so I decided I would go there.
The variation in busking was unbelievable! Some were easy to listen to and very softly acoustic, and there were some ...