The Carrigart

Address: Carrigart, Carrigart, County Donegal, Province of Ulster, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carrigart, Carrigart, is near Malin Head and Donegal Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Carrigart

    The Giants Causeway

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 11, 2014

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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 ...

    Titanic Belfast

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 10, 2014

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    Battled the crawling motorway - Northern Ireland only has 2 motorways - to get to the Titanic Quarter of the city. We passed " the Belfast Balls."
    Like so many cities with a harbour, Belfast is undergoing a revolution, turning docks etc into pedestrian precincts, museums and film studios.

    We went to Titanic Belfast. Opened in March 2012, costing 77 million pounds, the building itself rivals the Guggenheim in ...

    Some sun in Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 25, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    DERRY /DUNFANAGHY.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... and shove "game", we watched then for quite a while. No grass, no greenery, shade or seats, just concrete. Like Omagh, we have not had time to investigate Derry as we would have liked. Had a job to find the car after the walk, knew where it was but didn't know how to get there!!! We committed to going back to Beech Hill as the lady Patsy Donelly, is another relative of Kevin's, the same relationship as Mary and Rose. She was a sheer delight, ...

    Giants causeway

    A travel blog entry by robinstride on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... in the cliffs. With not many people around and a very light drizzle it was very peaceful here.

    Very picturesque views and the rope bridge was great. (Although very wobbly )

    The twins are now no longer twins, in order to get a family ticket here they had to be under 16. !!! The man said Helen looked under sixteen so he let us in with a family ticket. Helen suddenly 2 years younger than Matthew... As a parent these few days is getting very confusing, one minute I have an ...