Stable Court Lodging
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... time at the Ulster GP. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence at road races as riding takes place on public roads that are not purpose built for racing as are the tracks for MotoGP. The next 2 races were delayed and the number of laps reduced as the weather had turned nasty and it was now raining. Many riders pulled out of the last 2 races and started to pack up ready to leave at the end of the day. We returned to our bike, ...
... a quaintness about it, but it's definitely not a village.
We then headed to Broughshane (prounounced to rhyme with bush). This was more like I had been expecting for Ballymena. Really pretty. We easily found the First Presbyterian Church and cemetery. There was a large sign listing the people buried there, but we only read the part of the sign we wanted, so ended up looking for headstones. We found one of three. Just as I decided ...
... away, but it just seemed time to stop. I fear we missed some good photographs, so the navigator will have photography to add to his job description in future.
We asked a policewoman (on a pushbike) about accommodation in Antrim, and she suggested the Holiday Inn Express - opposite a big shopping centre. I had been thinking a B&B, but guess there's plenty of time for that. After ...
... early, ate some porridge, and made our way to the bus stop where we took a bus to the ferry port. Took the ferry from Belfast to Stranraer where we had some delicious breakfast at a little cafe where we waited for our train! We are now on our way to Glasgow where we will switch trains and make our way to Edinburgh! We will be meeting up with Andrea Rocha and spending the next three days with her and I can't wait! My first impression of Scotland is ...
This is the point in the trip where things start speeding up. There's a lot of Ireland to cover, and not as much time as it seems, so I'm doing a bit of town-hopping.
I actually arrived in Belfast on Sunday night, but after the drive from Dublin I didn't feel like doing too much. It wasn't a particularly tough drive, just long and raining. One thing I didn't consider was the changes on moving from the Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland. There's no ...