La Mon Hotel & Country Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... performers enchanting melodies playing harp and violin. To pass time we had a quick trip into Limerick city where we hoped to of found a 'Milk Market' but it must of closed early or not on so we just had a walk to see King John's Castle by the side of the canal ( I seem to think all cities or big towns in Ireland have canals or Harbours!! ) Again another place steeped in history and lovely to walk through. We are now parked back at Bunratty Castle, we have a few hours to wait so I ...
... of the city of Belfast. It is a Basaltic hill overlooking Belfast, part of the Belfast Castle Estate, on a clear day you can see the Isle of Man and Scotland. It was a decent hike up (almost 370m above sea level) but the views were really worth it. It was a really nice day out in the fresh air away from the hostel.
Javi took me for a tour of the city on Monday where we saw;
The Beacon of Hope (The Thanksgiving Sculpture). It is ...
... There were actually 44 people that were never identified or claimed by love ones. Sad. I did not see THAT in any movie. Halifax has many people buried in cemetaries there, as extensive salvage & recovery operations went from here for weeks after the disaster.
Oh, I did happen to hear Celine Dion belting out *My Heart Will Go On* thru one of the galleries. haha.
One little hiccup today....I ...
... and ended up walking the whole way to the Center. They toured the dockyard where the Titanic was constructed. In its time it was the largest man-made moving structure in the world. They then headed to the Ginger Bistro and met others from the team for dinner. I had been wanting to eat there, thought it was Asian fusion, but I guess it wasn't, great dinner nevertheless, good seafood, Alan home by ...
The alarm clock wakes us earlier than we would like (5.15am) but we have to get a move on. We have booked the 7.30am ferry to Belfast and have to drive to Craigryan to board the boat. The sky is grey and it is raining but at least there's no wind. All parked at the ferry port and collecting our tickets (we have opted for the £12 day return including bus and train transport although there are £5 return tickets for the ferry only - bargain! ...