Bushmills Inn Hotel
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... arrival at 6:30 AM in a still sleepy Belfast on St. Patrick's Day! Rental secured, it was off to County Clare and our accommodations in Cooraclare. Cooraclare is close to the western coast in the southern third of Ireland. The trip down through the beautiful Irish countryside was occasionally interrupted as we went through villages and towns in the middle of St Patrick's day celebration. The GPS lady obviously didn't get the memo about the many ...
... by an ancient volcanic eruption, with the resultant lava spilling into the sea and heating and cooling until it formed into fascinating columns of hexagons. Or at least that's the scientific version. The Irish version is that an ancient giant called Fionn McCool built the causeway as an access point to Scotland so that he could fight other giants. He was a bit of a show-off. However, when he got to Scotland he was dismayed to find a ...
... br> After spending some time downtown we walked up to take the little train than runs from Bushmills through the countryside to the Giants Causeway. There is a trail that parallels the train track that would have been fun to walk. The ride also has a nice view of the coastline. Once at the Giant's Causeway we bought our ticket and caught the bus for the ride to the bottom. There is a trail that ...
... structures, then becoming exposed once hardened due to the violent storms that occur there. I also like the myth that goes along with site about an Irishman who arrogantly built a stone bridge and challenged a Scottish giant, then realized how big the giant was, ran for his life, and hid as a baby. The size of the "baby" made the giant think the dad was an even bigger giant, thus making the Scottish giant run away, leaving his shoe behind, ...
... shut) shops. Nowhere near as tacky as Portrush yesterday. It was market day - and there was a small market set up by the harbour. Cute artisan stalls selling olives, cakes, breads, knitted goods, glass wear, jewellery and carved stones. It was a nice wander along the harbour. Then back off to continue around the coast, back down to Belfast. After a few short stop offs to look at the views around the sea and the vanishing lake (really?! There is just ...