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... bridges in the states, it has been maintained and rebuilt several times! On our way back to Portrush we stopped to tour the Dunluce Castle which, we were told is used as backdrop scenery for the TV series Game of Thrones. It's an amazing ruin built and added to over a couple of centuries on a small headland. Pictorial representation suggest high living in the 17th century for a relatively remote location. A few of us left the bus at the entrance ...
After yet another great breakfast this time prepared by our host, Rachel we headed off exploring the Antrim coastline with planned stops at the Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Bushmills Distillery and the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. The fog was heavy and we were unable to see the coastline so we started our tour as any proper Irishman would, that's correct, at the Bushmills Distillery. Our tour guide was a ...
... is a Singles night in one of the bars, strictly for singles, offering free Champagne and food on arrival and a chance to mingle.
We stayed in the Alexander Arms Hotel for the 2 nights we were in Limavady, and I would recommend it highly. They kindly let us change rooms from a twin to a double, while the Mother-in-Law had her own room. The rooms are standard size, with a shared toilet and a separate ...
... was irritating just being near her that day, and she was old and wise enough to know the damage had been done, and that the visage of her normally calm and collected persona was shattered.
On the surface, this unassuming town in the north of Ireland doesn't give its secrets up easily, and it was only with the help of our tour guide, Harry (everyone seems to be called Harry or Barry in Ireland) that we really came to grips with it. He lived on the actual ...
... on the wall there which told us this was where the Convention of Druim Ceatt took place, which was when all the clan chiefs and kings etc went to settle disputes and issues back in around AD575! Epic. After wandering around there a while we headed back down and went into the hotel to warm up a bit on the couches in the restaurant. We had an idea that what we had found wasn't really the castle ruins, so we had a bit of a chat with some bar staff and a chef and ended up getting ...