The Old Inn Crawfordsburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The BBQ Fundraiser turned out to be an amazing day with a huge turnout and LOTS of food. There was a lot of work involved in organising and making sure things ran smoothly, so thanks to those who helped by bringing some lovely desserts (mmm!) or helping the 'cheff’ to keep focused on his job ;) But most of all I want to thank everyone who donated, whether you came or unfortunately couldn’t make it.
It’s thanks to all of you that ...
... Band. Apparently it was to be quite a big day there and they were marching through their own villages first. We stopped for breakfast in a scenic layby just before Glenariff, and then went through Cushendall to Cushendun where we went for a walk along the beach. Anna and I set off later in the other direction and found some big caves. Then on to Ballycastle, a reasonable-sized town with a nice beach. We went down to the tourist office for wifi and saw where the ferry leaves ...
... This actually turned out to be great because we were able to eat at this awesome little place called the Nook by the Giants Causeway that was quite rustic and had a great goat cheese sandwich. After lunch we walked all over giants causeway while it was wet. Only slipped once on a curved stone. After taking some pictures we found a path back up the other side of the mountain and even though it was the long way around we made it ...
... in Kingston, ON. I headed up to my four-person room where I met my room-mates for the weekend, Toby from San Diego and Assoud from Reading. After a quick dinner at Wok-A-Molly, a Mexican/Chinese restaurant that satisfied my desire for noodles and my love of puns, the guys and I had a few beers and hung out in the common room. We met Alberto, Simmone and Chiarra from Italy, and played pool and fussball with them, in classic European hostel style, well into the evening. ...
... hotel, which had a good mixture of hot and cold options. And then into the city again for more shopping. Arms laden down with bags, we went for one more visit to Xmas markets to try some European cuisine. Tr food was lovely, although a little pricey perhaps for take away food but it was nice to try something different which was cooked before your very eyes :) after 2 days of shopping festivity and plenty beer and wine we headed home to wrap presents! Got a feeling we will be back next Xmas ...