Magherabuoy House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Today started out again with breakfast at the B&B in Dublin. Sam got the traditional Irish breakfast, while Matt enjoyed the poached eggs that Sam got the day before. After packing up and stuffing the rental car with the luggage, we set off for the costal highway. Second attempt at driving in Ireland went very well. Matt caught on quickly even when trying to keep his cool with the iPhone and map issues trying to get ourselves out ...
... River Foyle is the border between the North and the Republic. The currency is now pounds instead of euros and road signs show miles instead of kilometers. I also notice the signs are mostly only in English instead of English and Irish.
To partly understand Northern Ireland and its complicated history, it's helpful to know a few things. Ireland was the longest held colony of Great Britain. Four hundred years ago, Protestant settlers from England ...
... of Irish clans to the relatively recent resolution to the Irish quest for independence. Even though Northern Ireland remains part of the United Kingdom, Derry and the other Northern cities live peacefully with the new resolution that was negotiated in 1997. The Irish are grateful that President Clinton (and other world leaders) made an Irish resolution such a high priority during his term. Gaining ...
... to get used too. Well, the walk to the rope bridge was incredibly long, usually when the adults are tired I am not, but this time I really was. I don't know if my legs are hurting right now from growing pains, or just tired and worn out from today. If you are reading Lynn and Sue's blog, they might not have posted about today since we are all going to bed early. But don't worry, nothing is wrong with them ( other then the Guinness they all had for dinner ). ...
... sweeping it up around and beneath a diner who seemed oblivious.
The other waiter was a boy somewhere between 16 and 22. When I asked him what time sunset was here, he told me he really didn't pay attention to things like that. There was also one girl, who clearly was "in charge". They all walked around asking if everything was alright, in a distinctly Faulty fashion. They couldn't seem to understand how we could refuse a drink (we'd been in ...