Ramada Da Vinci's Hotel
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... walk to and from the bridge. David, the ranger, told us Ireland as a whole is to drive on the right side of the road, at a date to be set. The changeover will be staggered; coaches and trucks one weekend, cars and bikes the next!! Then on to the Giants Causeway. The giant Finn McCool built this amazing basalt column stairway so he could visit his girlfriend on Staffa in the Scottish Hebrides opposite, without getting his feet wet! (we took the kids ...
We are in Northern Ireland. Politics is still something you don't want to discuss here in the Pubs. We ate a great meal in a pub across the street from the Castle in Donegal; in fact it was called the Castle Pub. I had the best Bangers and mash I have ever had!
We heard a lot about ...
... Kevin's mothers father, Patrick McGlinchey, immigrated to NZ with Paddy McGovern. When settled Patrick McGlinchey sent for Catherine McGovern, (Paddys Sister). Patrick and Catherine were married in NZ. Their family was Frank (the McGlinchey girls grand father Sher), Dolly (married Pat Mullan), Catherine (Kevin's mother) and Lily. Mary (76 never married) was interesting as she always wrote to Lily and knew a lot of the NZ ones. ...
... whom fell in love with a Scottish Giant. Finn build the "stepping stones" as a pathway to reach the female giant. They fell in love and Finn her back to Ireland. However, in Scottland, there was giant by the name of Fingal that was also very much in love with this female giant. He used the Giant's Causeway to cross from Scottland into Ireland. In an attempt to win her love back but failed. Finn and his Scottish wife devised a cunning plan that ...
... our car park, and there just happened to be a book store on the way. We picked up a couple of bargain books to add to our mobile library. In the car park, we found out that we had to pay at a machine before we drove our car to the exit--some things are so confusing! Then we were off to the bridge to take a picture of the statue called “Hands Across the Divide”. Apparently, in peaceful times, the men reaching out to each other are close, but if the Troubles crop ...