Rich History; the Walls; Friendly People; Ulster Fry Breakfasts
Still an ethnically divided city
In a nutshell
Don't believe all you see and hear abolut Derry, it's a brilliant place
We tried to get in here on a cold winters evening but were told we would have to wait. This didn't present a problem as the attached bar is very good and we settled into the snug behind the bar,. After a short while we were called through and shown to our table in a well laid out bistro with a slate tiled floor. The food that was to follow was...more
67-71 Main Street, Portrush, BT56 8BN, United Kingdom
Good for: Solo
The Diamond War Memorial was erected in 1927 to commemorate the citizens of the city that lost their lives in World War I.It was built by charitable contributions. The memorial was designed by brothers Sydney and Vernon March. Minatures were also made that now are in St Columb’s Cathedral in Derry.more
I booked the City Hotel because it said on their website that it is on the River Foyle, that it has...more
Londonderry or Derry? As you approach a city with seemingly 2 names – you will see the battles commence. Both from the Republic of Ireland side of the border and inside Northern Ireland (UK) itself! There are many signs on the motorways (highways) and roads trying to tell you the direction and/or how many miles to drive to arrive at the second...more
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