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... Sam was a trooper and apologized the whole way until Matt could not deal with any more "I'm sorry"'s. The drive was spectacular with stunning views for miles of the coast and small towns. You can understand why everyone says Ireland is so green.We found a place to stop and have lunch at Harry's in Cushendall. Very interesting and wonderful salad with fresh and local prawns and crawfish and a bowl of seafood chowder with salmon and ...
The Freedom pass gave us unlimited access to the Dublin Public bus transport services, the Airlink Service which takes you to the airport and return and of course the Sightseeing hop-on-Hop off bus. The hop-on-Hop-off bus in Dublin is great as you can choose to go on the live commentary bus which means the bus driver gives you a history lesson on the city, tells great stories and sings folk songs to add to the flavour of the trip as you walk your way ...
technically free, parking around the site is 9.00 pounds (per person), which
includes a guided visit, audio guide, visitors center……and a whole bunch of
other things that I have absolutely no interest in. So I strategically got out
of the car before parking so we only had to pay for one person (OK, I can deal
with expensive parking at a premium site). The Giant’s Causeway itself is
seaside about a twenty minute walk downwards ...
Up and around the very northern tip of Ireland is the Giant's Causway, a very popular geological site said to have been created by the legendary Finn McCool, a giant who pounded his way through the region. Very spectacular scenery, topped off by our best dinner venue in ...
... a natural tunnel that runs from the sea on one side right through the length of the island to what is now a dry moat. There is supposedly a mermaid that lives in the tunnel; ergo, the tunnel is called the Mermaid's Tunnel (imagine that!).
When we were done with the tour, John the driver collected everyone's cameras and took a group photo with the castle as a backdrop. I haven't even checked mine; I hope it turned out okay.
Back to the hotel, where I picked up ...