Ballyrobin Country Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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On our free whole day in Belfast I decided to visit the Titanic Museum which opened up in 2012 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of her maiden voyage and sinking. While at the pricy end of museum admissions I've paid, it was certainly worthwhile. The museum started with a brief history of Belfast before 1912 and explained how the city became a shipbuilding town along with its huge linen production. Then ...
... the van, an another 6/10s of a mile of agony. The rope bridge is about 60 feet in length and about 100 feet above the ocean. (I think those doing the advertisements for this place and the Giant's Causeway are genius. More hype than value.)
On south through Northern Ireland and the Glens of Antrim to Carnlough. Many of our ancestors came from the Glens of Antirm area, including Ballymena in County Antrim.
Dinner and then to bed.
... br> “You’re still paler” is the response I got. Not true. I was not that pale.
But I was whiter than the sand.
I sunbaked with Lydia (in tights, boots, a dress and glasses) for a while.
But uhhh…me forgots sunscreen.
Only a wee bit of my arms, but I cried…I want to be pale not pink!
... of the Dunkirk evacuation in Operation Dynamo: Rescue from Dunkirk, complete with dramatic projections of swooping Spitfires and real film footage.
Historic port town on the south coast which once was right on the sea front, but due to the silting of the river running through it, is now some 2 miles from the sea. Beautiful, quaint and full of antique shops. The ...
... Armada that the roots of today's conflict were sewn in earnest. Queen Elizabeth (the original) appreciated how narrowly England had escaped the Spanish threat, and was eager to tie up any Catholic loose ends close to home. She therefore began the process of attempted to Anglicize the island, and convert it to the Protestant faith. King James, the next king, first allowed the settlement of Ireland by British settlers in 1603. These settlers, from England and Scotland, set ...