Will the Causeway Rambler 402 still be running until the end of September? I get mixed answers from the Lonely Planet and internet sites. We are planning to spend about three or four days exploring the area but are hoping to not rent a car. How feasible is it to hop off and on the Rambler (if it's working) at various stops and do some walking in between, each day returning to a base accommodation (maybe at Bushmills).? Is this quite common?
We're also interested in the train connection from the Causeway to Londonderry. Do we need to take a bus from Coleraine to connect with the train? If so, which bus do we need to take, and does it run every day?
I found a package available (car hire/accommodation) for this area, but would prefer to use public transportation if it's fairly straightforward. If we do rent a car in Northern Ireland, is there an upper-age limit...we're in our early 70's.
Thanks for your help...we'll be in Ireland this September, and any information will be appreciated.