Milford Inn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke to a very misty morning in Buncrana, you could not see more than a few feet in any direction, but we decided to go exploring regardless.
After breakfast we went and picked up Kevin at the Lake of Shadows and the two cousins lead the way down to the beach. We were all rugged up but it was very cold and it was very quiet and ghostly walking through the fog. The water look grey and icy and the far side of the Lough was invisible in ...
... large open meeting room. He told stories of visiting Catholic priests entering the Hall to pray and continuing to insist that it must be a Church. Not exactly separation of Church and State, but it is Northern Ireland. The inner city was completely walled during the early 17th century. Then in the late 17th century, Protestant residents held Catholic forces aligned with a ...
... free wifi, water and parking beside a landscaped garden. We did the Heritage Trail walk along the harbour and along a pretty river to Swan Park, then back through town. We had a look through a SuperValu supermarket, an Irish chain, and found some cheap books in an op shop. We visited a big playground with a flying fox and a confidence course. The next morning was spent catching up on all things requiring water so didn't get away until lunchtime. We drove across ...
... had Beef and Guinness pie, it was delicious. As the afternoon was moving on we decided to head for Londonderry and attempt to have an early night. Tomorrow we have a long day of travelling down the West Coast, and will need to be on the move early. Once we booked in we headed for a quick look around Derry as we won't have time tomorrow. I was amazed at how large it actually is. Time for a cuppa and off to ...
... I would. I’m not someone who gets homesick as much as peoplesick; I don’t crave Mechanicsburg, PA or Berea, OH but I do crave the people there.
Yesterday, Megan and I had the chance to explore Belfast a little more thoroughly. We went to City Hall, where there was a brief exhibit on The Disappeared, a group of about a dozen people who were abducted and later found (or in some cases, not). The poster advertised the series of events as one of the darkest ...