Dobbins Inn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... beautiful, but basically the only thing to do there.
We drove back via, and stopped at Belfast Castle. Didn’t actually know it existed until we went there!
We didn’t really do much inside, but in the gardens we went on a hunt for 9 cats that were hidden in the garden. Some were welded in the benches, others were topiary. It was like being 5 again.
We went ...
... being in a 20 bed dorm. I went and got dinner at this little polish restaurant and it cost 5 AUD for my massive meal of Pierogi with pork (polish dumplings) and a drink. The meal was so delicious I can't wait to try other polish food. I walked around and found a pub eventually, no where near as many as Ireland. And when I ordered my beer it came to 1 Australian dollar!! Man I was stoked, except I haven't found anyone who talks English yet which is kind of ...
An early morning start with a ferry crossing from Belfast to Cairnryan in Scotland. We got to the docks at 6.30 to discover our crossing was running 45 minutes late...damned!! We could have stayed in bed. The ferry crossing was flat and I eventful...which is the perfect crossing. The sun was shining when we arrived in Scotland and off we set. It was a lovely trip thru ...
... br> Obtaining our rental car was a very lengthy exercise however 1 1/2 hours after arriving at the rental desk (Sixt), they offered us a Series 1 BMW. A week later I regret accepting this car. How do they expect me to be happy with our Honda when we return home?
Off to Carrickfergus eventually, we walked the blustery boat harbour beside the castle and generally got a feel for the town. We finished the evening with dinner in the bar at our Pub ...
... the faces of well meaning people as we tried to interpret what they were saying. In Dublin in particular we had issues understand the flight attendants until we realised they actually weren't even speaking English. Turns out some Irish people speak Galic. Whoops :-P I personally had a few giggles when our Tour guide referred to the **** (third) street on the left hehehe. o diddley dee....potato (said pa te tu).
So our week looked liked ...