Ramada Da Vinci's Hotel
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Our story continues with afternoon travel from Derry to the resort like town of Portrush where the group dined at Cafe 55 Bistro then retired for a full day of site seeing the next day. We arrived early at the Giant's Causeway, an extensive formation of nearly hexagonal basalt columns formed by volcanic action over 60 million years ago. It takes its name from a legend that it was part of a bridge to Scotland built by the giant, Finn MacCool. The ...
... br> We left the park and went to Rosemont. It is a community youth club (I think) where a couple other of my friends are doing their service placements. It was a small school-looking building. We weren't there very long. The next place we went was my favorite! The Bogside Artists studio!! That's where my service placement is and I got to meet the guys me and my friend Nicole are working with. They are really nice older men. One is Catholic, one is protestant, an d ...
... think could be directly related to the troubles. As I walked along the walls, I heard a crash of glass and saw that a bottle exploded in front of me. Then, crash! Another. I poked my head through an opening and saw some 8-10 year old boys looking at me. Then a few minutes later, crash! I finally register that these boys on the other side of the wall were throwing bottles at me! I resisted a strong urge to call them a few names, but then thought better of it ...
... drying has actually doubled up as an acclimatization exercise and a gulf of Mexico's worth of oil has been burned trying to get the clothes dry on time. all packed up now but and it's like a rain forest in the front room of 143 lone moor road.
An early start tomorrow will see a trip from Derry to Belfast and onwards for loads of fun and ...
... and want the Catholics, who identify as Irish, to take on English customs and ways of life. Most Protestants came over from England a couple of hundred years ago and still love the king and queen. Inside the gates you can also see a small open field, where once a year, one member of the royal family drops down for tea, shakes their hands, and congratulates them on a job well ...