The Old Inn Crawfordsburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to raise a whopping £800!! This could not have been achieved without your help, and now I’m one step closer to my goal of £5900.
And for the next step, I have organised a Ladies night (but of course men are welcome) for a special viewing of Dirty Dancing on the big screen. There will be fizzy drinks, popcorn and sweets, and it will be on Tuesday the 4th of November. It will hopefully be a great night and if you are interested in coming, please contact ...
... of the surrounding coastline and out to Rathlin Island. Sunday was a predictably wet day. We stayed where we were for the morning before going into Ballycastle and doing a bit more shopping. We stayed in a little layby in the countryside for an hour or two and then stopped at Carrick-a-Rede, a rope bridge crossing a 20m chasm 30m above the sea. It was originally built by salmon fishermen. We debated whether to wait until the next day to see if the weather would improve but decided ...
... those strange back wheels. Found my way to the finish line - the crowds are huge and this is just the practice session - what will it be like tonight when the main time trial starts or tomorrow when the race starts here to go round the northern coast of Ireland. This gives me a slight impression of what will happen to Harrogate with the Tour De France in a few weeks time. The infrastructure is huge !! After a couple ...
... to a Irish pub called Kelly's quarter. It had such a good vibe, everybody in Ireland are so damn nice!! I brought a Guinness to embrace the experience but it is still absolutely terrible. On Saturday I rented a car and my new found friends all came with me on a roadtrip up the east coast to the giants causeway. The road was so beautiful, following the waters edge winding all the way up the coast, with amazing green mountain sides and the bluest water ...
... which were fiercely Catholic on one side and staunchly Protestant on the other. This recent period of unrest in Irish history is rather limpishly nicknamed 'the Troubles', and one of the museums we'd been to the afternoon before had a decent exhibition dedicated to it's memory. In due course we were hurried into a maxi cab and sent on our way into the heart of the troubled areas. Our driver Frank had a weather beaten face, deeply grooved and wrinkled, and I guessed ...