Premier Inn Carrickfergus
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- All-Suites Property
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... then ushered into the breakfast room for a full Ulster Fry, despite it not being part of my tariff, and given a run-down of things to see and do while in Northern Ireland! If my first hour here was anything to go by, I was going to enjoy my stay in Belfast...and enjoy it I did! I found Belfast a fascinating, yet incredibly poignant, city! Built around the growth of industry, linen and ship-building in particular, it lacks the traditional pulls of tourism, ...
... for special task 4 - another mental challenge. Fact gathering was the name of the game for this one and we scurried about reading historical info from posters and plaques. There were lots of familiar faces from previous races spotted in these tight quarters, everyone offering words of encouragement and suggestions as to where the elusive flag room might be! At one point some helpful tourists even offered an answer to one of the ...
... regime to prepare for war. Sounds rather frightening, although I am fascinated about his trip to Kenya as Kenya is where runners go to carry out altitude training to prepare for the Olympics. A few of my fellow HAWKS have been there to 'running camp' they say that Kenya has the most amazing running culture in the world. Somewhere I would love to go one day. Last night after tea we went to visit Peter and his parents Margaret (Robert's sister) and her husband John. Was ...
... the original mistake of entering the bridge with a group of kids. What with bouncing and swaying, I had my "issues" with heights reaffirmed. Once on the island, we took the obligatory photographs, calmed the nerves and recrossed. A helpful young woman offered to film Ches and I recrossing the bridge. We now have 2 seconds of us and 30 seconds of vertigo inducing footage of rocks and ropes. I have no idea of what she thought she was filming.
... the English destroyed the strongholds so they would not have too much power, in the same way that they cut the thumbs off travelling minstrels and forbade the Gaelic language being spoken. The weather forecast said ‘Sunshine and showers’ and we had plenty of that; even a fall of hail. At the call of nature and the paucity of service stations, Lala cunningly heads into a gated retirement home (or maybe he couldn’t read the sign) and I marched ...