The Fullerton Arms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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*We could talk about this race for days, but for the sake of keeping the blog up-to-date, we've written a quick summary with LOTS of pictures. We'll update the post at a later date with full synopsis. Race morning started later than usual... a 1:00pm start allowed us time to sleep in, grab a bite to eat, and enjoy a cup of coffee …
Upon boarding our flight, we found ourselves yet again in an exit row (we apparently seemed like responsible adults), which luckily provided lots of leg room to stretch out. Unfortunately, our flight was delayed nearly two hours out of JFK due to "GPS equipment errors" but we finally made it overseas (safely) to Dublin, where it was a balmy 58 …
... it reached the main road. We walked back into the small village centre and stopped in the corner cafe for a hot chocolate. Afterwards Jo-Ann went to the post office to try a buy a postcard - no such a thing for Ballynahinch apparently. So we sent a Best Wishes card instead to 'Grandma' from her home town. About this time the car rental company phoned to say that they would arriving shortly.
The new car is a red Ford Transit which the kids christened ...
... We returned to the hotel room, however, to the news that a massive fire in Adelaide was threatening the homes of my family and friends, and even my own suburb to an extent. It was a horrible feeling, coming back on a high from an awesome day to find out frustratingly few bits of frightening information that the people I love weren't safe, and my heart sank through my chest. I feel better after speaking with Dad and Mum but horrified that it's only going to get worse as I sleep ...
... where we crossed the big white peace bridge to the more Protestant side of town. We said our final goodbye to Darren on a corner, as he was going a different way to visit a friend, then kept walking towards the train station. --and now my Darren will be referred to as Darren again!!-- I wasn't 100% sure, and didn't want to risk missing this train, so I asked a man at the next corner if we were still going the right way, and he said we were, and that he was going to the train station ...