Clarion Hotel Carrickfergus
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- Continental Breakfast
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The facility is in need of repair, the staff is overworked bit the food is very good.
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Well getting up early was not something that happened today.
For any of us.
We did get up though, about midday and had a fry up.
So fatty, but so good!
Laura had offered to take me to see a few things today, which was very kind of her so Laura, Gareth, Glenn and I piled into her little car and we drove.
As some of you may know, well…none of you because I ...
... commitments, and the kids used the opportunity to get dizzy, wet and grassy rolling down the 10m earthwork banks.
Back at Romy's, we made sausage and mash for the 5000, whilst a series of visitors came and went. The kids went out on a 4 mile walk along the canal with someone called Chris and his dog. He took 8 children on his own, and looked a bit like the pied piper.
I'd suggested finding a pub ...
... to see "Killarneyland" (it has a Disney reputation).
So why are you so lucky? I now have three hours to catch up on this blog.
I'll use this entry to catch up on our time in Ireland.
We flew in from Prague at 1.30 pm last Wednesday. We were up at 5.00 am to get to the airport and then had a couple of hours layover in Koln/Bern airport (our favourite airport on the planet - "not"). Ireland being in a different time zone ...
... where all the recent riots took place over their annual Orange Day holiday. Every year organized Protestant protesters march along Queens Road, where 'The Troubles' began 30+ years ago and is part of the dividing line between the Catholics and Protestants. Rioting occurred this year because the police changed the traditional route and blockaded part of the road to eliminate disruption in the Catholic area. Obviously the Protestants ...
... that supported the keel and the original sea gate
which opened to admit the ship is there as well - and still holding back the
sea, just as it has done for over 100 years. The young woman who took us on the
tour was fantastic - a gold mine of information and passionate about what she did.
We spent about 45 minutes in the dry dock and pump house (which holds the huge pumps