- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was very nice as you can see in photos and the bridge was built in 2011 and called the Peace Bridge to signify and easing of tensions between UK and Ireland. We left the city then drove along through other towns including Omagh. Just like on television when you see country shots of UK Ireland etc. Back on the motorways and made our way back to base. Leaving tomorrow for ...
... word was phoned to police to notify them to clear the area of civilians. The idea was to cripple the English economy, not to maim or kill. She was so interesting - a real school teacher. Told of rebuilding what had been knocked down, then rebuilding what had been knocked down again, and rebuilding what had been knocked down, again and again, during the troubles. 20yrs ago before the Republic of Ireland joined the EU as an agricultural country and gained such financial ...
Well we arrived safely from Dubai into Dublin airport and took ages to get our rental car, you end up in a line of all the other people waitng and they bring you to the depot by bus loads so you all arrive in mass and then you wait. Have a tiny wee car, a Nissan somethng and we have to lie the back seat down to fit in two cases. But it goes and gets us from A to B. Our dear GPS took us straight to Cookstown without a ...
... it. Inside the main building are the usual collection of shops and cafes (some serving very tasty looking fare) and an award winning museum depicting the construction of and life on the Titanic. It is interesting to think that most museums and monuments celebrate success, but this one is unique in that it is celebrating one of the world’s greatest failures. There was not time for a full visit, so we will no doubt be back there ...
... the language barrier), and found the Germans a little standoffish. When I've visited Japan, the Japanese were always too timid to start a conversation.The Irish here, on the other hand, can't seem to hold themselves back from telling a joke (which is the way it should be!). The quick-wittedness and silly banter that I've been immersed in the past two days will probably be enough to keep me smiling for the rest of the month!
Until next time!