Stable Court Lodging
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... 13,000km) and is very comfortable.
Dinner was again at the Brewers Fayre. I fell in love with the comfy leather couch, it was so relaxing. Two main courses for £10.99 - Ron had Gammon Steak, and I had Smothered Chicken, which was chicken breast topped with bacon and melted cheese. Yum. We had started off with pate and buttered brown toast. It's not often you buy starter and two main courses and only need to use your coins.
... to hit Angel station. A short 5 minute walk took me to Joe's door. He was packing and getting everything finalised for our trip. We then went for a few pre-trip drinks in a bar called Prague. We enjoyed, funnily enough, a few Czech beers that were sure to smooth the road ahead for us.
... ask yourself "Where are we?" as though the awe inspiring trip from Edinburgh via the Highlands has somehow transported you out of Scotland and spat you out somewhere in the English countryside. Except it doesn't have a countryside feel. Nor does it feel like a capital city. Like we said, identity crisis.
Our experience in Glasgow is probably no better represented then by what we consider to be the highlight of our stay: A Chinese restaurant. Yep, ...
... This area is known as the Falls and this is where Catholics live. I was pointed out to a “Martyrs’ Memorial” for those “killed by the British.” I went to this place and it was the flipside of the coin to that which I had just seen in the Shankill: a memorial for those “Innocent civilians murdered by British and Loyalist forces.” Perspective changes everything, huh?
I continued through the Catholic neighborhoods to the ...
After having cruised our way through as much of the Republic as possible we bused our way to the only area of the little island we hadn't yet explored. Just a few hours North of Dublin and with no visible "border line", Northern Ireland is immediately very different than that of its southern neighbour.
Being a part of the United Kingdom has given Belfast a very different look and feel than the cities we’ve become so used to in the Republic. We spent most of our time ...