Tullyglass House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... been restored but unfortunately you had to take a tour to look inside and we were running out of time.
After a coffee and muffin snack, we picked up our bags and caught a taxi to the airport. Bought some treats for my work team and then caught the flight back to London. A long tube ride from Heathrow to Vauxhall, Maccas for dinner and then real life started to kick in again.
... hotel, which had a good mixture of hot and cold options. And then into the city again for more shopping. Arms laden down with bags, we went for one more visit to Xmas markets to try some European cuisine. Tr food was lovely, although a little pricey perhaps for take away food but it was nice to try something different which was cooked before your very eyes :) after 2 days of shopping festivity and plenty beer and wine we headed home to wrap presents! Got a feeling we will be back next Xmas ...
... t want to discourage you from visiting our city, but there is a parade (which also means protest) planned tonight. Just stay away from Royal Street and you should be safe".
That was was all we needed to hear. We decided we needed to get out of the city right away. After a few more turns we literally ran into dozens of armored police vehicles that looked like mini hummers. Police officers were cramming into the back of each vehicle, all putting on their riot gear ...
... her family were completely amazing. We were able to see such cool things as Ireland's smallest church (your bathroom is likely larger), one of the places where the Game of Thrones was filmed (whatever that is), the town where Bushmills Whiskey is made (if it's anything like Guinness - yuck!), and the Giants Causeway. In case you're slow, the Giants Causeway is last because it's the most exciting of the bunch. Here's the story (embellished just a bit, naturally) . A long ...
... bathroom and buffet breakfast which cost £27.50/person/night. Since i'm not a heavy breakfast eater, i find the buffet spread sufficient for my needs.
Unfortunately, when we arrived at Belfast, we found out that the Rambler only operates between the month of June - October & we've missed the only bus that goes to the causeway for the day. Fortunately, the owner of the B&B where we will be staying was very helpful. ...