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May 3rd, 2014, 05:38 PM
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Feasibility of taking loop to Dunfanaghy and Bloody Foreland

Starting a 15 day trip in Ireland on May 9. Renting a car out of Dublin and driving up through Northern Ireland. Staying at least one night in Belfast, then will spend a night in Portrush and on to Derry. Because of time constraints, questioning whether it would be worthwhile to take a loop over to Dunfanaghy and down through the Bloody Foreland. Will be going on to Connemara and other areas west and southwest but want to spend a few days in the North/Northwest and make the most of our time. Suggestions?
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May 4th, 2014, 12:45 AM
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Of possible interest a map I did last year for an Australian couple http://goo.gl/maps/gl8uv

Going over and round the N56 for the BloodyForeland adds a little time but you have long days now so depending on what you aim to see/do it shouldn't be a problem. Maybe take the Foyle Ferry? unfortunately it doesn't seem the Lough Swilly ferry has been saved so that short cut is unavailable.
http://www.loughfoyleferry.com/index...mes/april-june
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