Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... of Thrones.
Our first stop on the way was that of Mussenden Temple, this Italian inspired rotunda sits precariously on the edge of a craggy cliff and gives spectacular views both north and south along the rugged coast, (it is the setting of the burning of the gods in the show).
Accompanying the temple is a large abandoned complex, this is easy to understand as after about 5 minutes out of the car in the freezing North Atlantic wind we were good to ...
... least one mural, and a clock tower. I saw some of the massive old yellow H&W cranes that helped build the Titanic and a Yellow Submarine! Eventually, we came upon a sign for a dinner that led us down a tiny close to get to the restaurant. But we got 2 sirloins with a side, and a bottle of wine for 20 pounds, so it was worth it. Then, we went to sleep in preparation for the next ...
... the bottom of the steps, Kevin said they needed you to organise them!!! Bushmills whiskey stop was a disappointment as we never had time to take the tour. The causeway. It was great, again we walked, climbed the rocks and listened to our handsets, they are always very entertaining. The hexagonal rocks/pillars in some places are not massive, the talks ones are tall but each side would only be 6"-8". They certainly look a bit rare. The causeway has been a ...
Every scrapbook stuck with glue
And I’ll stand beside you' ('Beside You')
11 Murals and the Oh Yeah Music Centre
'Chamois cleaning all the windows,
Singing songs about Edith Piaf’s soul.
And I hear blue strains of "no regredior"
Across the street from Cathedral Notre Dame … ' ('St Dominic's Preview')
... the hull where I could see re-enactments of riveters piecing together the mighty ship. Ahead of that was a room with morse code blurting out of the speaker system. Upon closer inspection, the transcripts of each of these messages was inscribed in order on the walls around me. Some of them were incredibly moving, particularly the final, frantic messages from the Titanic's operator, desperately asking for assistance.
Afterwards I went outside to get some air ...