Premier Inn Coleraine
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... to kill some time so I walked across the beautiful Peace bridge, going across the River Foyle, connecting the West (catholic) and east (protestant) sides of Derry, then to Guildhall which explained some history, though it seemed a bit biased... ha. there was a video of a "debate" with a Scottish woman, an irish woman and a British landlord all explaining their sides and it asks you to vote for which person you agree with, and I just totally didn't and it then told you how many ...
We've been mentally prepared for some challenges along this trip. Not real challenges, mind you, like "we're in the middle of the desert with no water", but ones like "what's French for baby formula?" and "what's the German equivalent of Nurofen?" We were perhaps a little too prepared for that and forgot that we were traveling inside the UK first, so upon landing in this strange and distant land we readied for the worst. We were ...
... we walked this bridge the evening we arrived in Derry The troubles in 1998 officially ended with the signing of the Good Friday treaty. It was agreed to put down their weapons and change to peaceful changes. We also stopped at the grave of W.B. Yates, a famous poet on our way to Derry, officially Londonderry. Staying in a Travel Lodge for the evening in twin share accommodation, we were all so excited for comfy beds and hot long ...
... to taste a couple and they were very good. When we done with the tour, we decided to stay in Bushmill because it is cute, small town. On our way into town this guy who was waiting for his sister outside the grocery store started talking to us. He gave us some advice on where we should go. His sister came out and she was this cute little old lady and she called her friend that owns a B&B to see if we could stay there. The Irish (or in Northern Ireland, I should call them ...
... burn everyone out of their homes? I know we have problems at home but come on now, we don't burn down other people's neighborhoods. Well, maybe after a Superbowl but that's another story for another time. We'll keep our troubles and dirty laundry to ourselves...we are here to talk about other people's problems!
Northern Ireland has really left an impression on me and makes me realize that the world's problems can't be solved no matter how hard ...