Park Inn by Radisson Belfast
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We left Derry early this morning to drive the Antrim Coast to get to the Giant’s Causeway. The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s truly spectacular! It’s a geological wonder with over 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. The Giant’s Causeway is the result of …
... to, you could walk across a rope bridge that was suspended hundreds of metres in the air. We opted out of this little adventure, and instead went for a long walk around the cliffs admiring luscious, green landscapes and the rugged coastline. We were given an hour to walk around so we took full advantage of this and took lots of photos. We then hoped on the bus again to go to our next stop, the Bushmills Distillery. We had a small sample of the single ...
... an hour to travel 500 metres getting out of Belfast. Finally once we had broken the shackles of that snarl, we were off and heading further north to the Giant's Causeway, which we arrived at after a couple of hours. As we'd been caught up in the traffic, we only had about an hour and a half to explore the area, and that included fitting lunch in too. Lucky we're all legs, so Dad, Daniel and I stepped it out and raced down the walkway to the Giant's Causeway, which is ...
... and so we reluctantly get back in the car. We find an avenue nearby that seems to offer a lot of options. We park and walk. Restaurant number 1: no tables, restaurant number 2: nothing but fish, restaurant number 3: a wait of 45 minutes. Elizabeth can tell Sharon is beginning to panic, the kids are hungry, it's late, and we can't seem to find a place that will work. We walk into this pizza restaurant, ironically next to the other pizza restaurant we just ...
... too in that calm, relaxed way that never ceases to amaze me. I'm a peaks and troughs girl - dizzy with excitement about all the things we'll see and do; crashing into a stressed-out frenzy at the prospect of packing! Steve is the steady hand. Like a reliable ship slowly sailing across the ocean, he knows his destination and happily bides his time until land is in sight. And he's great at packing so really, why am I stressing at ...