The Anchorage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a “bacon” that closely resembles southern country ham are especially popular here. Northern Irish, also called Ulster Scots and known in America as the Scotch-Irish, were a particularly significant part of early immigration to the American colonies and the early American nation, and settled heavily in interior areas of the Upper and Mid-South. I wonder direction those common food preferences went in, whether the fondness for pulled ...
... from me (like 100 feet) to get to the beach. The tide was out so I was able to walk out a bit and explore. Next up was Dunseverick Castle, rumoured to have been visited by St. Patrick back in the day. All that is left of the cliff side castle is three walls, but with the right day it makes for a stunning view. You were allowed to hop the wall and explore, which of course I did given I had an hour at the stop. I ended up going off the beaten path by accident ...
... 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 ...
... Audio guides in hand we commenced the walk down the coastline to the causeway. The water was so clear and so blue and the surrounding coast is so rocky and brilliant. The causeway however was just on a whole other level. The rocks are hexagonal shaped and are long columns coming out from the ground. They looked just like walking over honeycomb and were truly magical coming out of the bright blue sea. The theory goes that they were made by two waring giants. One lived ...