Beechlawn House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down The cave by the roadside was a Secret school in the 1700's where the catholic children were forbidden to learn and speak their own language. Cushendall is the home of the hurling champions. Glen-almond valley where 2yrs ago such a severe winter struck - snowdrifts up to 12' deep caught the farmers unaware. The British and irish armies were called in to air drop feed to the stock but losses were heavy and now the farmers are heavily subsidised. No more ...
... are replaced with more craggy and steep hillside farms. The border is very low key, a sign displaying Northern Ireland and another, citing the usage of miles rather than kilometers. We finally arrive at our hotel, it's passed 7pm and we are all starving. Chris has found some pubs with food and traditional music sessions. But then Chris and I realize almost at once, that we are back in the United Kingdom, where we had such trouble ...
... a couchsurfer, who had
double booked me with his holiday, but instead of leaving me stranded, he
passed me onto his friend.And that is how I have come to know Glenn, Laura and Gareth.And how I ended up going out for drinks with some of the
most welcome people I have met! And how I got to know their grumpy downstairs neighbour.And why I am so tired now.Lisa xo
... I had to scurry to get ready. HnT decided to have a nice dinner together and I went to meet the PW crew. I tried Boxty for dinner which was like a crepe with cream sauce, chicken, and veggies. On the way walking from the restaurant to the bar, we went right by Celerion and I snapped a quick pick. We went to a place called Robinsons and had some drinks for a short while. Headed home after a sad goodbye with the new englanders and called it a night. Oh and I shagged that Irishman again. ...
... into the unknown. I have never been to Asia and for me there was a real sense of excitement that I hadn't felt before. I mean, how would I cope with signs in a completely alien script? How would I communicate or indeed find my way around??
Took the train to London Bridge and then headed to ...