The Anchorage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... arrival at 6:30 AM in a still sleepy Belfast on St. Patrick's Day! Rental secured, it was off to County Clare and our accommodations in Cooraclare. Cooraclare is close to the western coast in the southern third of Ireland. The trip down through the beautiful Irish countryside was occasionally interrupted as we went through villages and towns in the middle of St Patrick's day celebration. The GPS lady obviously didn't get the memo about the many ...
... to kill some time so I walked across the beautiful Peace bridge, going across the River Foyle, connecting the West (catholic) and east (protestant) sides of Derry, then to Guildhall which explained some history, though it seemed a bit biased... ha. there was a video of a "debate" with a Scottish woman, an irish woman and a British landlord all explaining their sides and it asks you to vote for which person you agree with, and I just totally didn't and it then told you how many ...
... Billy paid for lunch as he wanted to meet us- fighting with the Irish over who is laying the bills never gets you anywhere we discovered! We were grateful for him buying our lunch so we went back to his house for a coffee and jason had a whiskey with him- billy tried to give jason a full bottle of "bell" whiskey however we wouldn't have been able to take it on any flights. Back home for another Irish feed of Irish stew, pavlova and ...
... been one navigation issue ... Somehow heading west on the M1 outside Belfast when I should have been headed east. Other than that, I have been making my way up the A2 ... And frankly the drive is breathtaking!!! On the way, I stopped in Glenarm to see the castle ... Which is closed to the public but I may or may not have found a back way into the property. I got some great ...
... village called Trim. From there we visited Bru na Boinne, an UNESCO archeological site where there are huge passage tombs some 5000 years old (older than the Eygptian pyramids) built by earliest man in this part of the world. We later visited the Battle of the Boyne site (where the battle between James II and William of Orange set off 300 years of religious strife) and then saw the ...