The Silverbirch Hotel
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On the road again we got off the main track and headed for the coastal highway to take us past the impressive mountain of Benbulben sticking its head above the the constant fog and staring out to the beautifully harsh North Atlantic Coast.
Our next stop was opportune in taking a turn onto Mullaghmore Peninsula and seeing the sandy beaches of Ireland, yes sandy beaches, the quaint little ...
... the coach to head to town.
In town we meet up with another local guide(Rohan) and we did a walking tour of the city. We walked past some of the famous churches then, walked into the catholic areas (bog-side), saw the murals, the bloody Sunday memorial, learnt about the history, then we walked along the walls. The walk along the walls had some great views of the part of the town below. We then returned to city hall area, then went to dinner. I went with a group to a ...
... the chance to get closer with Maev, our stage manager. A native of Donegal, I love talking with someone who really knows this country. She has also lived in New York City and has a lot to contribute about the differences between the two locales. I have noticed differences in things I never expected and similarities that I NEVER expected. Contrary to what we were told, there isn’t a huge difference in how people dress. Everyone wears jeans over here, but you will rarely ...
... ruins even to this day. From there we traveled to Derry (LondonDerry if your a Protestant), which is where we are staying for the night. After being checked in to our B&B we were taken on a walking tour of Derry's walls (1601) with a local guide. We learned why the city is officially known as Londonderry and the story of the long bloody siege here in 1689. Our guide also took us down to ...
Forgot to mention that in Dublin there are around 530 churches in the area but they don't have it all wrong as there are over 1000 pubs.
We left Dublin where they deal in Euro and klms per hour. Driving north to Belfast when you get to the boarder (you don't know you have crossed it) and everything changes here they deal in English Pounds and MPH even the Navman won't find anything unless you say you are in Great Britain.
We drove to Belfast on the back roads and ...