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... a quaintness about it, but it's definitely not a village.
We then headed to Broughshane (prounounced to rhyme with bush). This was more like I had been expecting for Ballymena. Really pretty. We easily found the First Presbyterian Church and cemetery. There was a large sign listing the people buried there, but we only read the part of the sign we wanted, so ended up looking for headstones. We found one of three. Just as I decided ...
... away, but it just seemed time to stop. I fear we missed some good photographs, so the navigator will have photography to add to his job description in future.
We asked a policewoman (on a pushbike) about accommodation in Antrim, and she suggested the Holiday Inn Express - opposite a big shopping centre. I had been thinking a B&B, but guess there's plenty of time for that. After ...
... the G Summit where Obama appeared this year and the Titanic museum the site where it took its last voyage. The gift shop was full of chachkees for every taste, including boxer shorts for the daring men out there wanting a fun printed piece of lingerie...haha!
Dee pointed out that there is a staircase that was featured in the Titanic movie that is booked for more weddings than any other venue in Europe and even single women book it with the hope they can find a husband to marry ...
... lt;---quality). A-maze dog! Then we bussed back to Dublin.
Day 6 - Explored the streets of Dublin and went to a few Irish pubs at night. So much fun meeting the locals.
Day 7 - Same as above.
Day 8 - Flew back home to london....temporary home.
So overall, QUALITY time had by all!
Thanks Ireland, you're a babe!
Rach and Sarah (mostly Rach)
... get something to drink. We soon found out that we were supposed to pay a fee of about 8.50 pounds to take the hike and our receipt would be our way into the gift center and the bathroom. Upon pressing the woman at the desk she did tell us there were some bathrooms around the back of the building. What was really interesting about these bathrooms is that they were not marked at all, and looked like they ...