Need info on area around Belfast

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Dec 10th, 2000, 10:23 AM
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Barbara
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Need info on area around Belfast

Our daughter is moving to Northern Ireland next month. I t is a town about an hour west of Belfast (near Kerry) Would like to learn something about this area as we are planning to visit next year.
 
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Dec 10th, 2000, 02:33 PM
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Danna
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Barbara,

I don't know about the Kerry area, but whenever your daughter or you get a chance go to the Glenariff Forest Park, especially the Waterfall Walk. It's north of Belfast, on the Coast outside Glenariff (Waterfoot.) It's magical. Stay in Cushendall and I recommend "The Meadows" B&B. Anne Carey runs it, won a best B& B Award. It's Grand
 
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Dec 11th, 2000, 04:11 PM
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Barbara,
You must mean a town an hour west of Belfast near DERRY (or as the British term it LONDONDERRY) as KERRY is 6 hours (or more) driving south west of Belfast at the bottom of the Republic. Whichever it is check out www.ireland.tracvel.ie for Kerry, the same site has a link to the Northern Ireland tourist web site. By the way what is the name of the twon ? once we know that we may be able to help,

Cathy
 
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Dec 12th, 2000, 05:44 AM
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Tracy
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Dear Barbara,

What a great place to move to - your daughter will love it! Hope you'll combine your trip with some travels on the continent, everything is so close from Belfast International . . .

Let us know the town she's moving to, and I'd really recommend all of the Antrim coast - it's jaw-droppingly gorgeous, especially if you're lucky enough to get a sunny day.

Check out
http://www.discovernorthernireland.com/map.html
for more info! ;)
 
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Dec 15th, 2000, 03:16 PM
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Barbara
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The name of the town is Limavady,Ireland
 
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Dec 28th, 2000, 06:08 PM
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Darren
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Well, the obvious first stops from Limavady would be Derry/Londonderry itself, Downhill and the Mussenden Temple, and also the viewpoint on the Bishops Road from Downhill (hard to find, but worth it for the views).
 
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