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This was our first exposure to Northern Ireland and we were early for our guide who would touch on some of the grim sectarian troubles of the recent past. With some time on our hands, crossing the bridge was a delight. This is a pedestrian...More
After almost 30 years of conflict, this area had seen enough violence to last several lifetimes. How wonderful to be here in the calm of peace. The bridge is a great reminder of how hard peace is to attain and sustain. BTW While in Derry,...More
We will be in Londonderry in about three weeks. Can anyone tell me what the current stage of renovation is outside the Guildhall? And how far along is the Peace Bridge?
May 08, 2011|
Hi - the Peace Bridge opens officially on 25 June as far as I know, and the Guildhall remains open for business but the builders will be there for a few months. Theres loads of other stuff to see anyway, how long do you plan to be in the City for?
Trip report - Days 8 and 9 from Donegal. (17 Replies)
We woke to a beautiful sunny day. Our initial plan was to explore Derry today but as it was forecast to be the nicest day of the week, we decided to drive along the coastline instead and to see Derry the following day. Even though this necessitated back tracking we didn't mind, we are on holiday after all. We left the hotel at 10 and drove to Ardara and from there The Rosses and Bloody Foreland. We stopped for coffee and muffins a Bunbeg, a lovely little village. Bloody Foreland's coastal...More
July 17, 2015|
Ned, Thank you for sharing with us another great trip report, I loved reading of your visit to the area of The Rosses, Bunbeg, Bloody Foreland, such beautiful scenery & views. Did you visit the old church in Dunlewey? Looking forward to the next installment. Kesh grammy
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Visting Georgia for 5 days 4 nights (9 Replies)
Being on a budget would like to make most of the trip to Georgia in 4-5 days in November (3 of us) Arriving in Georgia at 3:45am Day 1 - Planning on exploring Tblisi (Peace bridge, rike park, cable car ride, narikala fortress, mother of Georgia , bath area, veghvtakhevi, old Tbilisi , sharpening street , sioni church , freedom square, Rustaveli Avenue, tram ride to funicular, mtatsminda park) Day 2. - Jinvali dam, Ananuri fortress, kazbegi & Gudauri ski resort with snow...More
November 14, 2018|
Also hoping to do paragliding in Gudauri. Is it necessary to book it in advance ?