Premier Inn Coleraine
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Today started out again with breakfast at the B&B in Dublin. Sam got the traditional Irish breakfast, while Matt enjoyed the poached eggs that Sam got the day before. After packing up and stuffing the rental car with the luggage, we set off for the costal highway. Second attempt at driving in Ireland went very well. Matt caught on quickly even when trying to keep his cool with the iPhone and map issues trying to get ourselves out ...
... a light snow shower while passing through a small village and then a heavier fall on the main highway, and then a warning message on the car's dashboard saying "Injection Fault" with the diesel engine . As we got closer to Ballynahinch, a fix engine light and red "stop" lamp also started displaying on the dashboard. Even though the engine seemed to be running alright these warnings put a dampener on the final drive into Ians mother's birthplace.
... with a relative who lives or has lived there. We travelled to outside Bushmills, the home of the Giant's Causeway. After getting lost and finding instead a tiny old church we finally found the Giant's Causeway. The story of the Giant's Causeway is legend of where giant, Finn McCool sees the Scottish giant and decides to go after him, so he tears at surrounding rock and throws it into the sea creating a path across to ...
... ruins even to this day. From there we traveled to Derry (LondonDerry if your a Protestant), which is where we are staying for the night. After being checked in to our B&B we were taken on a walking tour of Derry's walls (1601) with a local guide. We learned why the city is officially known as Londonderry and the story of the long bloody siege here in 1689. Our guide also took us down to ...
... man in all of Northern Ireland. He led us around the ancient walled city regaling us with stories of (London)Derry throughout the ages with such passion and insight that we laughed and cried with him. I think I can safely say, it was the most emotional walking tour I’ve ever done.
Now that I had an overview and the lay of the land, I again made a bee-line for the sites of interest to me - The Free Derry Monument, The ...