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Ten-day Extension, including the Vale of Ovoca and the Giant's Causeway

Continuing the previous tour:—

8th day Leave Dublin by rail for Ovoca, or Wooden Bridge, thence by car for twenty-on miles' drive through the Vale of Ovoca, passing Shelton Abbey, Lion's Arch, "Meeting of the Waters", Moore's cottage, etc., and return by rail to Dublin
9th day To Befast. Leave Dublin by reail for Drogheda, and there take coach to the scene of the Battle of the Boyne, Mellifont Abbey, and the Hill of Tara, and proceed to rail to Belfat.
10th day Giant's Causeway. Leave Belfast by rail for Portrush, where trolley is taken for the Giant's Causeway; return to Belfast in time to take the night mail boat to the port of Sttranraer, in Wigtonshire, Scotland.

Fourteen-Day Extension, including the Antrim Coast and Sligo

Continuing the preceding tour:—

10th day The Antrim Coast. Leave Belfast by rail for Larne, and thence along the Antrim Coast for Cushendall by jaunting car.
11th day Leave Cushendall by car via Carrick-a-Rede, famous for its Swinging Bridge of ropes, for Giant's Causeway. This is another of the most delightful drives in Europe
12th day Leave Giant's Causeway by trolley for Portrush, which is only a short distance; thence by rail to Londonderry, the city of the seige so vigorously pictured in Macaulaye's History.
13th day Sligo. Leave Londonderrry via Enniskillen for Sligo, the pretty capitol of a beautiful region full of tradition, history and hoary memorials of the past.
14th day Leave by rail for Dublin, where steamer can be taken to Great Britain.


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