Waterfoot Hotel

Address: Caw Roundabout, Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT47 6TB, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Caw Roundabout, Derry, is near Brunswick Superbowl, Ness Wood, St. Columb's Park, and Waterloo Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Derry

    Northern Ireland - Awe Inspiring

    A travel blog entry by maber23 on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... had planned on staying two hours. Yeah. I was there for three! It was just so incredibly stunning that I had to just sit and enjoy the view and the serenity of it all. The rope bridge itself was a little scary as I am not exactly in love with heights. It was definitely bouncy, even though it was reinforced with a steel cable! Once on the other side you were on a little mountain island that got you closer to an island with all these crazy birds. Thousands ...

    Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on Jun 14, 2015

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    ... which was hilarious and awesome. Next I did bohemian rhapsody with Connal our guide and Rich from New Zealand. Safe to say we were amazing. I ended up back at the hostel around 1.30am. We enjoyed the beautiful coastline around ballintoy and went and visited the rope bridge that went to a random island. After that we headed to the giants causeway and saw even more amazing scenery. The rock formations were pretty epic! I'm not sure if photos can really do them ...

    The Importance of Evaluating your Sources

    A travel blog entry by libraryscout on Jul 23, 2012

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    ... rule (Unionists) and Derry by those who object to it (Nationalists). News agencies, in an attempt to remain neutral, often call the city “London-stroke-Derry” as a hyphenated name. I will refer to it as Derry because it is shorter.

    Violent confrontations sadly have a long history in Derry, two standing out in particular. In 1689-1690 the city fought off a siege from James II. James II was the dethroned English monarch and ...

    Pilgrims, peat and too many rivers

    A travel blog entry by rory60 on Jun 22, 2011

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    ... enjoy a cup of tea and sandwiches and recover our energy.
    If we don't get lost today, we have 62 miles to cover, so before you can say 'Newtownstewart' it's time to move on and we saddle up and head for Douglas Bridge. The route here follows the line of the former Great Northern Railway and offers fine views over the valley of the Strule River.
    After the confluence, the river becomes the Mourne and we follow it into Strabane, where it ...

    Origins of the Catholic, Protestant conflicts

    A travel blog entry by gfunk576 on Aug 08, 2009

    ... did give me a chance to buy me mum a nice little piece of something unique to ireland :).
    After that, more driving and driving and then we come to the town of Derry, which so far was the most interesting stop we have made because things happened here that I have actually heard about in recent years and throughout history. It played a very important role for allied forces during the second world war, yet the city is just now coming back to a state ...