Bushmills Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and rocks below. It was a wobbly and very windy walk, with wind gusts so strong the whole bridge would move and wobble and bend making things a little scary! There were amazing cliff faces to appreciate on the damp and slippery walk back to the coach. The second was the Giant's Causeway, said to have been created by the great giant Finn McCool but really formed due to the volcanic rock in the area around 65 million years ago. I was looking forward to this the most, and it lived up to ...
... almost everywhere else was closed when we finished). The causeway was not like anything we'd seen before. Strange hexagonal pillars standing in the ocean. Definitely a must see if you head to Ireland. When we returned home, we ate and watched a little of the commonwealth games and my big fat gypsy wedding. Sounds weird, I know, but it was interesting! Then it was off to bed, tired and ready to come home! - ...
... onto the coach so we could head off to Giant's Causeway. Giant's Causeway was amazing! The Northern Coast of Ireland is so beautiful with all the cliff walls that drop straight into the Irish Sea. We were escorted around Giant's Causeway by a lovely retired teacher by the name of Thelma. She was so great with the students and shared the story of Finn McCool the giant who lived there. She pointed out rock formations that were once Finn's camel and lion ...
I got there just in time to join in on a guided tour, which was really worth it! They not only told you the facts and history of it, but added in jokes and also the great legend that is the Giant of Finn MacCool. It was so good.
On our tour, there was a new employee along for the ride to learn what he had to do. The expressions he pulled when there was a lot of stuff to remember was priceless. ...
resulted in a bottom face that is convex while the upper face of the
lower segment is concave, producing what are called "ball and socket"
Legend tells it differently:
'The Causeway story tells us that Finn lived happily on the Antrim
coast with his wife Oonagh until he discovered he had a rival in
Scotland known as Benandonner. Finn was frequently
taunted by Benandonner from afar and on one occasion ...