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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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And the food was excellent too!
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Wow, truly beautiful scenery on the drive here from Dublin. I was just so excited about seeing my family...hehe!
Arrived in the family hometown of Ballymena at the 7 Towers roundabout. My Uncle G came to meet us there and we drove back to the family house, where my whole family was waiting! Some I had never met before, and some I had …
... sea when out on the rocks. For many Aussies this is Rockfishing Rule #1 so we were already prepared to be careful. It was also very foamy, like a gigantic sandy bubble bath! Naturally it was crowded being a major tourist destination and Northern Ireland's only World Heritage site, but we still got to explore and climb and have a great time. Through the trip we passed through many little coastal towns and also stopped at the Bushmills Distillery for lunch. There was also a photo ...
... wires across a 60-foot chasm. We walked across, and it was exhilarating and a little scary - mostly because I made the mistake of looking down, and at one point someone started to make the bridge bounce as we were crossing. Once we got across the bridge, I was surprised to see that someone had taken a small child across! There are warning signs of the danger everywhere. The sight of an empty baby stroller on the way out surprised me too. There are no dungeons here, ...
... people arriving. Lucky we came early!! By the time we reached the hotel, we had spent 2 hours walking around. So much fun! Then we hopped into the car and along the coast. The roads are small, winding around and have amazing views all along the coast. 20 minutes later, we arrived in Ballintoy and the site of the Carrick-a-Rede bridge, a narrow rope bridge, hanging 30m above the sea, connecting the small island of Carrick-a-Rede to the mainland. This bridge ...
... consisting of a rickety rope bridge connecting the mainland to the tiny island. It's only 20 metres long but is 30 metres above the rocks and rough cold sea below! The coast here is pretty impressive and we spotted lots of birds hanging out on the cliffs.
Finally we made our way to Giants Causeway, an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. It's pretty eye-opening and a strange formation of ...