The Rutland Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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What an amazing send off for my littlest and bestest we Scottish lady! It was great coming home and seeing the family, especially my little pickles in the form of a very excited niece and nephew, Olivia and Dexter. I picked them both up from school and I must say, there is nothing like a running hug from a 7 year old in the school playground to welcome you back. And my legendary sister Charlotte cooked possibly her best roast dinner yet - her is, ...
... best milkshakes ever, we had to go back and get more the next day. Had a bit of a walk down the main street and across the bridge up to the royal mile, and did the Mary Kings Close tour, which was really interesting and cool. Walked back to the hotel as it was quite cold, and for dinner walked back up to a pub closeby where we all had pies. ...
... there are walking tours that you can do and the wall is a lot bigger than what we saw. Off to Scotland, which at this point in time is a part of the United Kingdom. (There is a referendum in September to decided if Scotland will break away) Occupying the northern third of the island of Great Britain, Scotland shares a border with England to the south, and is otherwise surrounded by the Atlantic ...
Happy to get a good nights sleep and also to NOT have a hangover, we set out after breakfast on a Black taxi Tour (which actually wasn't a black taxi at all). This tour takes you around Belfast outlining the murals and the history of the Troubles. I'm not one for politics, so I won't go on and on about the details, but let's just say living in Belfast over the last 30 years would have been stressful to say the least. The Protestants ...
... to the Atlantic storms and without even a handful of mortar, the inside of the Church is bone dry and the structure is rock solid. In addition to the Gallarus Oratory there are literally hundreds of smaller beehive huts scattered around the Dingle Peninsula which were used by early Christian monks, and the tradition survives. At Brandon Creek only a few miles from Gallarus, where St. Brendan set out to discover America, there are the remnants of an old 19th century ...