The Old Inn Crawfordsburn
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Travel Blogs from Crawfordsburn
... our guide was giving some interesting facts and stories about the coast and filming for the series. George RR Martin took many names and ideas for the plot from the history and families of Ireland and Northern Ireland. We drove through several "glens" and learned about the local folklore and history with each passing village. These are some of the most idyllic villages you could ever imagine and they pride themselves on their ...
... chrysanthemums and chili plants. The Botanic Ravine, nearby, had gigantic tree ferns and a host of pitcher plants. I assume it is used as a teaching tool for the nearby Queen's University. The Ulster Museum had things to do, as well as to see. One room was filled with sugar cubes, and a professional had built some fairy castles out of them. The girl started their own constructions and Mel and I wandered off to look at dinosaurs and fossils and Vikings and a mummy with black ...
... they did with ruthless efficiency throwing scores of MacDonald women over cliffs to their deaths on rocks below.The number of victims of this massacre has been put as low as one hundred and as high as three thousand. We enjoyed fresh fish and chips for lunch followed by a drink at the local whilst waiting for the return ferry.
Derry was another day outing it is the second largest city in Northern Ireland. The old walled city lies on the west bank ...
... We ordered our food, a steak platter to share, and some drinks… After quite a few drinks and some laughs our food finally came and OMG it was amazing!! A few more drinks later we decided to head up to the nightclub above, but we were the only ones there. We then decided to continue on to another bar, which was very busy with really good music. We ordered some more drinks and danced around and at about 1 we decided to call it a night and head back to the hotel for some sleep J ...
... Towards the end of the night I was talking to Masafumi, each of us trying to understand each other! We showed each other where we were from, using google maps, and he was telling me how he had been in Ireland 10 years ago, when his son was in the Special Olympics. After that we decided to head back. Lyle stayed on for a bit, so Meredith had someone to walk back with (We didn't see him again til 8.30 the next morning!), and Darren and I walked back ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility