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... and looked at Fingal's Cave in 1989.) Brilliant UNESCO site, with a new visitors' centre that opened summer 2012. We walked the kilometre to the causeway then climbed around on it, watched by Rangers who would blow a whistle at you if you ventured too near the waves! Returned to the Boomer and drove to Londonderry. We had been lucky to avoid the rain all morning, with just the wind, but now it rained so we headed for a camp site. Londonderry ...
We had coffee, then joined a brilliant guided tour, mainly outside, explaining all about the Harland and Wolff shipyard where Titanic was built, the current cranes Samson and Goliath, the memorial lawn, the magnificent building itself and much more. Outside is a great statue of "Titanica" by Rowan Gillespie.
Was "that" movie really 1997??????
Then, after lunch, we did the exhibition itself. ...
We are in Northern Ireland. Politics is still something you don't want to discuss here in the Pubs. We ate a great meal in a pub across the street from the Castle in Donegal; in fact it was called the Castle Pub. I had the best Bangers and mash I have ever had!
We heard a lot about ...
... in this section of Northern Ireland (aside from Bushmill’s distillery - not now Rick) is the Giants’ Causeway. Arriving at the Causeway Hotel/visitor’s center, we followed the advice of fellow travelers by going directly to and through the hotel, bypassing the £17 entry fee. What an excellent excuse to grab a mocha coffee in ...
This morning we left our B and B and headed to a new place. When we got here, we checked into our inn and headed for the Giants Causeway. That is a place on the shore with small hexagonal shaped pillars. There is a scientific explanation on it, but I forgot that. Something about lava and upheavals. There is also a fantasy explanation that I like much better. Once upon a time in Ireland there was a giant. He made a walkway, kind of like stepping stones, in the ...