The Silverbirch Hotel
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... conversation with a person of the other religion. 94% attend segregated schools. Only 4-5 % of marriages in N. Ireland are mixed marriages (in terms of religion).
The final part of the tour was the International wall which has a number of murals on it – some that protest situations of a political nature in other countries like some Cubans being held in a Florida prison, and some Palestinians being held in Israel.
Over all, the black taxi ...
Yesterday we drove from Dublin to Dunfanaghy which is in northern Donegal. It was a long drive but we stopped on the way at the Belleek pottery centre and saw some of the work there and some of the historic pieces on display. We also watched a video on how they make this pottery. Thanks to Laura for telling me about Belleek - I hadn't known about it before. We also stopped at a place ...
We spent two days here in Derry, Northern Ireland. Back to using pounds as currency so the exchange rate is rough but the price of things seem a wee bit less than when on the euro. Tje giants causeway was cool but it was a freezing windy raining day as well so we didnt stay out as long as we would have, by the end i was almost jogging. The ditillary was interesting andI was assuming we ...
... day so we began to head south, overnighting in Omagh.
We stayed at a B&B (Arandale Guest House) and though we’d booked a twin room, we were in a 4 bed room. There was a double bed and single bed in one room and another single bed in another room. It was nice to be able to shut the door on mum’s snoring :P Mum had taken a Benadryl that night as she’d been feeling a little blah with a runny nose…little did I know how this would effect her! ...
... of stone that look so orderly. It was freezing and we were being blown away so we retreated to the car and headed on.
Our next stop was Londonderry (Derry). We arrived late at night and thought we’d try and see if they had a place available at a B&B in Bogside (the Catholic area at the heart of troubles during many of the riots). No such luck so we relied on our GPS to take us to a nearby hotel where we were happy to shower and hop into nice double ...
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