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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It seems like we had to wake up really early as it was still dark by the time we had packed our bags, had porridge for breakfast and loaded everything and everyone into Chester for the final time. It wasn't really that early as we were on our way to the ferry terminal by 7:45PM. We weren't quite sure initially where to park the hire car but then saw the green Europcar sign and Dad parked Chester crookedly into parking bay for the final time. ...
... in Armagh. Who was to know it was Georgian Day 2014 in Armagh County. Street festival, light show, Christmas lights, crepes, families lining the streets. The Irish sure have Christmas down pat. It might be cold but they distract you with the pretty lights. A closing note - a small boy at the festival standing outside an apple stall was overheard to say "not even a starving kid in Africa would want an apple". OBESITY EPIDEMIC: ...
... up the phone and iPad. However, Something has happened to our sims. Told they'd work everywhere but the instant we passed into the Republic of Ireland they dropped off. Bought top ups at skerries supermarket and asked girl how to load them, luckily she had worked for the three network and had some idea. After 1/2 hr later with the net work techs, we think we are sorted. She refunded our top ups as we have plenty of credit on both!!! Modern tech drives ...
After 2nd night in Portrush:
The A2 is a major road in Northern Ireland, a considerable length of which is often referred to the Antrim Coast Road because it follows the scenic coastline of County Antrim.
The Antrim Coast Road starts in the busy port town of Larne and hugs the coast for thirty miles to the small ...
... rode through the massive acres of the farm, from barley fields (that would be turned into Irish beer at some point), cattle grazing, and even more sheep. We crossed over little rivers as the tour guide told us about the history of his family in relation to the farm. Our tour finished back at the barn where we sat in a circle and were handed baby animals that they keep on their farm. I got to hold a little chick, a puppy, and of course a kitten. We moved ...