Royal Hotel / Windsor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Flat Stanley spent much of the day braving 50 mph wind to visit the the Giants Causeway - a shore covered with hexagonal basalt pillars of various height. Legend has it that the giant Finn McCool built these columns as part of a bridge so he could go fight another giant over in Scotland. Finn was 54 ft. Tall as estimated by the size of a shoe he lost running back home when he found out that the Scottish giant was bigger than ...
... There were some excellent speakers asking their officials to help those most in need, don't allow them to be evicted from their homes (we call it foreclosing)
Then violence broke out. Some of the demonstrators started throwing things at the police (there were about 100 police present) The police only have pepper spray. About 5 demonstrators got sprayed. One person had a seizure and was taken to the hospital. The crowd was very ...
... the call came for foot passengers to board and we made our way along an enormously long gangway and onto the ship. This ferry was at least three times larger than any of the ferries we had been on so far and had a health spa, cinema, eateries, quiet lounges and was more like a cruise ship in some aspects.
Interesting aspect as we disembarked and went to collect our luggage was the presence of armed police standing next to ...
... off and it was never rebuilt...seems odd to me that it continues to be so popular, considering it is not a very remarkable church. I can't seem to find the picture of the statue of King William that stands outside Carrickfergus Castle...the king was only 4'5" tall...apparently people were very short back then....I would have been tall! Apparently King William's wife was 5'11"...I wonder if she was the "boss"...lol. There is ...
... Oliver was a Catholic Archbishop, just trying to go around promoting the Catholic faith. Soon he became the target of the Popish Plot, (which has nothing to do with the soda vs. pop debate), a conspiracy concocted by Englishman Titus Oates. Oates accused many Catholics and Jesuits (including Plunkett) of planning to assassinate Charles II, causing a wave of Anti-Catholic sentiment between 1678 and 81. Plunkett was ...