Coast Road Hotel
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... 8217;t mentioned it…I am travelling Ireland on what I call my Celtic Connections tour.
Basically I listened to Celtic Thunder, wrote down all the places they mentioned and am going to all of them. And a few others too.
But I was on my way to Carrickfergus – stop one on my Celtic Connections tour.
We went to the Castle and learnt about the history and the people. It ...
... town centre. Belfast, despite having a population just under 500,000, feels like a big city... or maybe I have just been in Durham for too long.
I explored the downtown core of the city, which is quite compact and easy to access on foot.I passed by the famous Europa Hotel, famous for being the most bombed hotel in Europe. The hotel was struck by 28 separate bombing attacks throughout the Troubles.
Everywhere signs of post-conflict development are ...
... to hit Angel station. A short 5 minute walk took me to Joe's door. He was packing and getting everything finalised for our trip. We then went for a few pre-trip drinks in a bar called Prague. We enjoyed, funnily enough, a few Czech beers that were sure to smooth the road ahead for us.
... an hour. That meant we had the extra time to drive north to Carrickfergus (2 hour drive) It also meant that Ches's pedometer, still set to Sydney time, would click over to a new day at 2.00pm. Explain? OK, Ches has been using a pedometer daily for the last 7 months to keep track of 10,000 steps per day. In Europe it has been 10,000 steps between 3.00 pm one day and the next. We (me being attached to her hip) have been averaging 12,000 steps per 24 ...
... Kelly Forrest, belly in Irish means settlement. We are back to English signs again and kilometres and English money, gets confusing.
passed through Coleraine which was a hot spot in the troubles, one of the areas we went through was known as the bandit area, apparently the bad boys would hide in this area. I am blown away by the beauty of it, the coast is just spectacular, is called the Antrim coast, then we arrived at the giants causeway, I will not be able ...