Bushmills Inn Hotel
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... that are the result of a volcanic eruption. It was beautiful, especially because the sun was setting. We made it to the B&B with 6 min to spare until the end of check in. Our B&B is in the country, smells sort of similar to Lancaster county. It is beautiful though. After a quick unpacking, we went to downtown Bushmills for a super unfriendly pint of cider at fin Mac cools public house. Ended up having a few appetizers at ...
... a dramatic entrance to a mansion. 94 of these trees remain today and it is quite a site. We've never seen Game of Thrones but this street is featured in the show as Kings Street.
After the tree tunnel, we continued north to the Causeway Coast. We first visited Giant's Causeway. We got audio guides for the kids, which was brilliant since they were so entertained by the stories of giant ...
... to Ulverstone, hills rolling down to the sea, the road on the waters edge and lots of rock islands to see. We stopped at Carnlough. A little fishing village with a brilliant, protected harbour. When Mary first said she wanted to see the Giants Causway, I noticed another attraction, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. We stopped there to see that it included a long walk up and down the coastal ...
For those having trouble envisioning a giant Irishman (not difficult for me since I knew Mike C in his bodybuilding days), the Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO-listed geological wonder. Formed some 60 million years ago by cooling lava, its 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns jut into the sea.
Since booze is obviously a big part of the Irish experience we also wandered over to nearby Bushmills Distillery. I hadn't ...
... the actual rocks, they are truly magnificent (and considered dangerous - two paramedics were standing by and there are falling rock warning signs everywhere). I witnessed several elderly people struggling to scramble up and down, and again, another empty baby stroller! We had lunch at a nice little pub called "the Nook", which used to be a school. Barb and I had scrumptious sandwiches, while Dawn had traditional Irish stew. We then drove on to Dunluce castle for a ...