The Old Inn Crawfordsburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and three months (for secondary) off at this time of year. Our day had been planned to avoid getting caught up in crowds visiting two of the popular attractions in these parts. First up, we drove eastward around the coast to a place referred to as Carrack-a-Rede; which is actually a rope bridge suspended 30 metres above the sea between the mainland (high up off a steep cliff) to Carrick Island offshore. Historically, the bridge provided fishermen with access to the ...
... Grasmere and Glasgow. Left Glasgow and travelled up to Loch Lomond where we went on a cruise of the lake. Beautiful scenery as we drove through the highlands and into a Fort William for lunch. Then over the sea to Skye for the night. I imagined that Skye was a way off the coast considering the song about Bonny Prince Charlie Sailing over the sea to Skye. Well it is about 500 metres and he could have swam across. I don't know why his foe were ...
... t find one, but with some help managed to find one where we could visit the following morning. Visited the Dunlop Memorials in Ballymoney, and spent the night at the most luxurious B&B we have seen. Then up early in the morning to travel to Port Balentrie in a pea soup fog about 15 miles away to catch the game over breakfast. Beautiful hotel, breakfast, bar, selection, and a huge TV all to ourselves, although a few breakfast dinners popped over for ...
... back to the van to avoid getting drenched again. Had a quick look at Benone beach before going inland through Ballykelly to Limavady and Londonderry. We managed to get a good park on the other side of the river and walked into town via the Peace Bridge. We walked around the complete city walls and crossed the centre before visiting the tourist office and going back to the van. We managed to find some LPG and got diesel at Tesco's, only to find it was cheaper across the border in ...
... we had some really good chats!
We crashed on the boat together, and then took the bus all the way to Belfast!
The journey was so quick because I spent it with such a good friend! Friends can be made so quickly when you want them to!
I got picked up by my couchsurfer (well, friend of ...