Canal Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to our accommodation to discover that we were scatter across different apartments in different buildings but we are all within about a 5 minutes walking distance of each other. Our apartment was 13/3 James Court on the Royal Mile which is High Street. The accommodation wasn't quite what we expected but we were so close to all the action we quickly moved on. We got settled in our new home as we were here for the next 3 nights and head out to meet up with the rest of the group for ...
... leave the next day, but we had to get going. We were so blessed in so many ways this week! Another blessing was a ride we caught on the way to Northern Ireland, it was a business man who owned a couple of fish and chips restaurants called Enoch's fish cafe and takeaway (If you are ever in Wales, gotta check the restaurants out!) He brought us to one of his restaurants, gave us both a gigantic plate of fish and chips and then brought us out to the ferry. SOO blessed! It was ...
... First up a mural dedicated to their most looked upon heroes. People who died in the hunger strike. The guy in the blanket started off a lot of prisoners refusing to wear prison clothes, so they only wore blankets. The next mural depicts the protest of the non release of information regarding several incidents that happened during the 'Troubles'. The Catholics are wanting information about a Bailey Murphy a priest shot while entering an area after ...
... immense cobblestone hill we called it quits and hailed a taxi. It was by far the best 6 pounds I have yet to spend. After a bus ride and a SUPER LUXURIOUS (not sarcastic) ferry ride later we found ourselves in northern Ireland where Brittany's friend met us and immediately drove us up to Portrush. ...
... We will be back there in 10 days to stay 3 night, will have the car and meet rellies The park was interesting, a living museum with people (volunteers) in costume of the "old world" as they called it, demonstrating soda bread making, black smithing etc. lots of white stone thatch roofed houses, walls a foot thick and all had peat fires burning, the chimneys were black with coal tar and shiney. The Park explores the historical link ...