Milford Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... day. Luckily for us after about an hour in the car we were able to take a nice break and take in one of the highlights of any Ireland trip, Giant’s Causeway. Giant’s Causeway is one of the most unique rock formations that we have ever seen, comprised of hexagonal columns that seem to have been carved out of the stone by a sculptor. The formation got its name thanks to an Irish folk legend where a giant from Ireland build a causeway ...
... I are determined to try. We have a lovely dinner then Chris finds the last table in the bar, in a corner, with only three seats. The boys sit down on the floor in the corner; Chris and I at the table. I grab another chair and see that Sharon and Joon are having some lovely craic (good conversation) with a couple at the bar. Sharon finishes her beer and they ready themselves to go, they are too tired to wait it out and we may not be able to stay anyway. Chris and I with ...
... to a Spar, a small convenience store, for a quick breakfast. We arrive and our GPS has taken us to a neighborhood and a closed down and boarded up storefront. Good thing we saw a giant Tesco just as we pulled into the neighborhood. This is the largest Tesco I have seen and it even boasts a small cafe, where we park ourselves for a bite to eat. After two plates of eggs for each of the boys we take a quick tour of Belfast's Sectarian Neighborhoods. Belfast has ...
... We the crossed into Northern Ireland briefly to visit the Beleek fine china factory where we were taken on a tour by our guide, Tracey, who had a very strong Irish accent. We also looked over the shop and museum. Upon leaving Beleek, we crossed the border a couple of times before we finally ended up in Northern Ireland at the City of Derry / ...
... working together for something. They weren't at odds at this time, and it leads me to believe that if Bloody Sunday never happened, lasting peace may be in place. That of course is just conjecture on my part. Another artifact that sticks out is the rubber bullets being used that were metal bearings that were covered in rubber. That is simply ridiculous, you put a mask ...