The Anchorage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... each other Info : The Irish giant, Finn McCool, saw the Scottish one and ran away because he was bigger thant him. So he dressed him as a baby. When the Scottish giant saw him, he was afraid that his dad was bigger thhan him so he ran away and break the bridge. The relief was really awesome and the landscape was ...
... that the town was pretty.
Murals: You must know the song "Sunday Bloody Sunday" by U2. Actually, it was inspired by this event; the 30th of January 1972, the British army shot Irish men who were demonstrating in Derry to have the same rights as the British. 27 people were injured and 14 died. Now, it's called ...
... 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 ...
No Internet last night so I didn't send a blog. We arrived in Belfast at about 1900. Then had a tour of the city. Very interesting place. The guide was insistent that the 'troubles' where over but they had their 3rd night of riots last night and the city is divided by high fences with razor wire on top with one side catholic and the other side Protestant. As we travelled north ...