Beechlawn House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up to Pam, and in no time at all I had Grandma dancing like she was a teenager again. I know she was secretly fanning over me! The night was going off, and after a few more beers some really nice Americans joined us, which was the best move of the night (other than my moves on Grandma), as they were very generous. Never did we have an empty glass in front of us again thanks to them! The time came and the pub closed, but that wasn't the end of us! We moved on to ...
... Ireland's history as this is the place where King William III first set foot in Ireland 14th June 1690, prior to the Battle of the Boyne.. The Coast road reminded us of the Thames to Coromandel road, narrow and windy but sooo picturesque, stunning scenery, a very populated area. The day was beautiful sun, a bit windy at times but that was refreshing. Glenarms where the orange parade was in progress (30th August is the last day of parades, we saw several ...
... br> Just a few steps away
You can look up at, Maritime Hotel
Just a little bit sad, gotta walk away
Wish it well' ('The Story of Them')
10 St Donard's Church
'In the evening
Just before the Sunday six-bells chime, six-bells chime
And all the dogs are barking
Way on down the diamond-studded highway where you wander
And you roam from your retreat and view
Way over on the railroad
Tomorrow all the tipping trucks ...
... and I was
left alone?’…Ha! the terminal was empty when I got out a few minutes later.I ran onto the ship, and searched 4 floors to find Nathan. I
was determined to find him again.I found him, and we both ended up sitting next to the window
taking photos of the water. It legit looked like we were in the Caribbean!We both ended up crashing out on that ...
... a fee. This was our first of many castles to come so we would have liked to tour the interior. The drive north along the coast was very scenic, and our bus driver/tour guide kept up a steady patter of history, anecdotes and groaner jokes. We drove through or by many of the nine Glenns (valleys) of Antrim, beautiful valleys extending deep inland with picturesque fields and forests to our left and seaside to our right. Our next stop was the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. Views ...