Milford Inn Hotel
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In the morning, we were privileged to get a tour from Bernie Kirrane at the new Shrule Arts Centre where she works (Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland). Outstanding architecture lifts the vibrant town after the bombings in 1998, a traumatic event in the path to Irish/ Northern Irish peace. (Crossing the border, once a frightening process with …
... headed down the road and across the river Roe, and walked up a country path towards a hotel that was out that way. It was still ridiculously cold! Darren waved at a passing car, who then stopped and gave us a lift the rest of the way to the hotel, which was very nice. He turned out to be a chef at the hotel, and he was very nice. So our mission in Limavady was to look for some O'Cahan relics, which is the clan that Darren's family name derived from. Specifically there was supposed to be ...
... who kept walking into us and stealing the singers microphone! After a few drinks, the show finished, so we headed off, and got some cool looking photos in the street where they had some cool Christmas lights, then we went down to hillbillies again! Darren got chicken and I got curry chips again, which were still yummy. We walked home after that, and hung out a while watching some YouTube videos, then eventually got to bed at around ...
... a small percentage are Republicans, who will use violence and fear to get their points across. So that pretty much sums up who's who, and why it was always so confusing, as there are so many different names going around! So we walked along the walls, looking over the cannons and out over the bogside, where all the murals are, then kept wandering further along the walls than we had gone last time. We looked out at the English/Loyalist side of town, then left the wall to wander ...
... off to go to check out a pub. We walked down to the city centre and went to an Irish pub called Paedar O'Donells, where they had some traditional music playing which was pretty cool, but hard to see as the place was so packed. We got a beer and had a chat with a girl from Dublin, Sorcha, and her father, before they headed off. We met a bunch of people Darren knew through couchsurfing, then we met a whole heap of Aussies, including a guy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility