Royal Court Hotel
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At the risk of starting to sound like a cracked record, the morning started with a full Irish Breakfast. We repacked our cases, sorting them out so that on our trek around Ireland we could leave one case in the car, along with the suit and cocktail dress, and just live out of one - trouble is, the one in the car is significantly lighter, and the …
After four great (except for Robin's nasty virus) weeks in France it was time to head for the Emerald Isle. The trip north towards Paris was uneventful until a toll booth refused all our credit cards after being OK just two hours before. After checking with VISA that evening everything was fine with our cards. The problem was the company that operates that particular segment of the highway does not recognise Canadian cards. Lesson learned; always ...
The second day of the Northern Ireland tour saw us wake up from an excellent and restful sleep, and then head out of the city and into some spectacular scenery along the north coast. This entry is going to be mostly about the photos. The first stop of the day was the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. This precarious wood and rope bridge was placed between the mainland and a tiny island for salmon fishers to cast and check their nets. They ...
On Tuesday we drove from Galway to Portrush on Northern Ireland. This took about 6-7 hours! So, needless to say, nothing exciting on Tuesday to report. We got into town about 6:00 and found a great hotel downtown. However, it's now the off season, so I never did see any store open except a convince store. On Wednesday we did the whole tourist route.
First stop was the ...
This morning we left our B and B and headed to a new place. When we got here, we checked into our inn and headed for the Giants Causeway. That is a place on the shore with small hexagonal shaped pillars. There is a scientific explanation on it, but I forgot that. Something about lava and upheavals. There is also a fantasy explanation that I like much better. Once upon a time in Ireland there was a giant. He made a walkway, kind of like stepping stones, in the ...