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A few of Northern Ireland's sights:
Belfast
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Dunluce
Old Bushmills' Distillery
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
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After crossing the bridge I looked back to watch my families progress.
It is a little walk out to the rope bridge but the views and adventure make the hike all worthwhile. Some people even find walking over this 80 foot high, wind swept bridge, scary.

The bridge connects a very tiny island to the mainland. I found transversing the 65-foot bridge worth the scenic views one receives from the island.

The Carrick-a Rede Rope Bridge is located on the North Antrim Coast, east of Ballintoy.


The North Antrim Coastline.

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Most of the information on this website was gather during my families July 2004 visit to Ireland