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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... exhibition with interactive displays, a lift up the Arrol Gantry, a "ride" in a car through the bowels of the ship, and lots of historical titbits. What a great place! Museums are not what they used to be anymore.
Set off at last out of Belfast and headed to the north coast. Camped for the night on a farm overlooking the distant sea, not far from the Giant's Causeway, for tomorrow. Wind buffeting the truck and ...
... went into a huge new shopping centre called Victoria Square, where we took a glass elevator up to the glass domed roof, which gives great views of the city. Then it was time to get back on the bus for the two-hour trip back to Dublin. (Dawn start) Of course, like the good Canadians we are, we hooked up with one of the other Canadians on the tour bus. Annie, from Agassiz, BC, met us at Temple Bar for dinner and drinks. AND so did cousin Dan! What a fun place! We had ...
... fissures, leaving behind geometric vertical columns of stone that are remarkably regular and straight. They appear too well organized and precise to possibly be natural -- more like a scene from Minecraft than a real place. It is amazing, but we were there and can vouch first-hand that it is completely real!
... continued on! Next stop - Dunluce Castle. Now in ruins, this castle was built in the 16th and 17th century and was the home of the Macdonnell family - the Earls of Antrim. Now, has been left to ruins. Much of the stone work is still standing - but it's quite obvious where parts have been rebuilt! The views along the coast were pretty - chalky cliffs, some sea stacks and some with holes through them. The castle perched on the edge of the rock was pretty. ...
It was mostly downhill back to Portrush (thank goodness), but we had the hassle of moving from our hostel to one of their private apartments to help out the owners who were over booked. If the new place had had wi-fi, it would have been perfect. We grabbed some take away pizza and beer and settled on the couch for a couple of movies on the telly. A restful night after a less than restful, although still wonderful, rest day.