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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today we visited the cliffs of Moher. We stopped for breakfast at a gas station that had a little food court with four different places in it. Chloe and I shared a full Irish breakfast. Side note, still not certain what the difference is between a full- Irish, Scottish, or English breakfast, with the exception of the country you are eating it in. …
... news back in the 80s. The guide was difficult to understand because of his thick accent. But he was very interesting, telling us about the history of the city, then also about "the troubles" which referred to all the bombings we used to read about & see on the TV news. He was very proud that the city had finally achieved peace, & hoped that the peace continued. He also explained about the Apprentice Boys club & how it originated. Apparently during ...
... out of the car I noticed water dripping from the car. We traced it to the overflow tank of the coolant. Tracing the drip back down the road we had just driven down we found that it had only just started a 100 mt from where we had parked. A lady told Mark about a good mechanic around the corner from where we had stopped. So, we took the van to him, & found out that the head gasket had only just blown, & that it was unlikely the heads themselves had been damaged. Of course, ...
... craft centre, which was a couple of cool old streets and alleyways filled with different types of arty shops. We found a craft/souvenir shop where we went in to look for stickers, but couldn't decide between the selection they had there. We had a chat and a laugh with a bunch of Irish people (and one South African) who were also in there. So after being very indecisive there, we headed off without a sticker, and Darren took us around to another place that sold stickers. They had ...
... the Derry Playhouse before we shipped off to the Sean Hollywood Arts Centre in Newry. I had a beautiful conversation with one of the cast members of “Sanctuary”, who is currently seeking asylum or refugee status in Northern Ireland. There’s also two cast members from Zimbabwe seeking refugee status in the UK. Some of the most enlightening and educational experiences I have had so far have happened with these individuals. Their tenacity ...