The Silverbirch Hotel
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First we drove to Carrick-a-Rede, (the rock in the road) where a rope bridge was installed by fishermen 250 years ago, 30 metres above the sea, onto Carrick Island so they could launch their boats and catch the salmon below. The bridge sways in the wind (closed on really windy days) and yet we crossed it. The bulk of the island, however, was closed for winter regeneration. They get up to 400 tourists a day, half the number at Windsor castle the same time of ...
... history of this area and how there are two sides to the story. Lots of "aha" moments.
We walked the wall in Derry (I refuse to call it Londonderry). It is a huge wall that is still intact after hundreds of years of use. It has survived more than one siege and of course "The ...
... and we just got into the hotel. Most of the group is gone to "pick your own" dinner in town but Ive decided to stay back and just relax... the bus and people are starting to get to me so I need a break! Tomorrow we have another long drive to Galway where we stay for two days and start our excursions like mountain biking and whiskey/ beer tasting! I really am torn between being ready to come home and excited to be away.. Love you! ...
... momentum, even if the past is not yet completely behind it.
So what did I do in Derry. Mainly I just wandered around -- I only had a day here. It's one of those places that I wish I'd had more time in. There wasn't too much in the way of museums, but the city itself is kind of the main attraction. The Guildhall was beautifully restored, and housed of of those modern museums about life in old Derry. By modern museum I mean it didn't have any artefacts, just big colourful ...
... Ireland, Belfast. The vibe is different from that of Derry’s. It’s larger, more European and diverse, and we are in a beautiful small, boutique hotel set smack in the middle of the Queens University quarter. Talk about being greeted by a group of little boys as we mentioned in Derry! As we wander through the pedestrian shopping area, we hear bagpipes and all of a sudden hundreds of boys led by a premiere group wearing kilts and playing bagpipes parade ...