The Valley Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... without impacting too much on the wildlife or ecosystem.
We made it to and just through Armagh. So we are back in Northern Ireland, talking in miles and spending pounds again. There are a couple of shots of what was the Archbishop's Palace but what is now the municipal offices. The room with the mirror and the chandelier is actually where they have the town chamber meeting. We thought it very ...
... way to the top of the island and then back down through Northern Ireland. It was really weird how there is no boarder, no way of knowing that you've hit some kind of weird worm hole and transported to the UK until your being charged pounds for things and your UK phone starts working!
We wanted to get over to the Giant Causeway but the map is extremely deceiving about the time this drive takes. The folks we met in O'Donnell's Bar the ...
We woke up to another rainy Irish morning skipped breakfast and went for a scenic walk along the canal. We took many pictures, saw cows, sheep, and all in all had a great time enjoying the Irish landscape. After our canal walk we headed over to a local cafe and got brunch. It was a very nice local spot with great Irish food. By ...
... as the "troubles", the Catholic and Protestant divisions and the young freedom fighters. Then we were off to walk the walls of the only totally walled city still standing in Ireland. We finished our walk at City Hall. Derry is attempting to bring visitors to this area with music festivals, art exhibits and theater, our guide said it looks to be working. We are back on our coach and off to the Ulster American Folk Museum Park. The Mellon family began ...
... Viscount as he opens his home for weddings, tours and TV filming in a determined bid to keep the castle for the Crichtons. We really enjoyed the tour and the company of others taking part. There were only about a dozen of us on the cruise back as the rest wanted or had to get home (one man was concerned about his dog - he could die!!?). We never got to our car until 7.15pm. Then we wanted to see the route of the midnight walk in daylight. The car recorded 5.7kms We loved our days in ...