Holiday Inn Express Antrim M2, JCT.1
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Staying at a Holiday Inn Express - according to my friend, Mr Google, it's like a Holiday Inn, but without all the extra services - no gym or swimming pool, but an acceptable "Irish Breakfast". We had decided to head to Ballymena, the birthplace of my grandfather. I was surprised by the size of the place. I had been expecting a quaint little …
How did this day start - I wonder! A full Irish breakfast! An extra this morning was a plate of cold cuts and cheese. Naturally I had to try a bit, just to compare, having first established that the cheese was, in fact, Irish. The cheese was - just cheese! The ham tasted like ours (surprise, surprise), but was a different texture, which surprised …
... t be bothered I just think he was scared :P hahaha so we left. We decided to head back to Belfast We then went into Belfast and walked around all the shops, didn’t really get any shopping. On the walk back to the hotel we walked into the stadium, as the World police and fire games was being held in Belfast. The only event on was Ice Hockey!! This was our first Ice hockey game ever!! Was actually really good and it was all free! Before the ...
Today we went on a bus tour up the Antrim coast. We stopped at a small castle called 'Carrickfergus', then did the 'Carrick-a-rede' rope bridge hike. As it was very windy (50 mph!) today we couldn't actually cross it. The guard's exact words were: "If I let you on the rope bridge, when the wind wips through you will literally be flipped off ...
... exhaust and interior fit out completed at the pump house. We also visited the dry dock to see exactly how big it would have been. We walked right down to the bottom of the dock and marvelled at how massive the ship would have been.
We then ran back to our hotel because we needed to catch the 2:30 bus to Glasgow, Scotland. We made it. We got on the bus which took us to the barge in Belfast, then set sail for Scotland. ...