sculptorThe Giant's Road is an area of about 40,000 chained basalt columns in Antrim County on Northern Ireland's northern coast. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that are drawn from the cliff's feet and disappear on the sea floor. Most of the pillars are hexagonal, though some have four, five, seven or eight sides. The highest height is about 12 meters and the solidified lava on the cliff is 28 meters thick.
陌染MMCarrick-a-Rede Bridge is a famous attraction in Northern Ireland, strolling on narrow swaying boards, holding tightly on the railings, which hang 80 feet above the sea and connecting both ends to the steep cliffs. The Carrick-a-Rede Bridge, built between cliffs on Northern Ireland's fragmented coastline, was originally designed simply because fishermen wanted to cross the cliff to fish on another cliff. At first, only one side of the cable bridge was provided with guardrails. Whenever the winds were blowing, the rickety body seemed to always throw people to the side without guardrails. Now, for safety reasons, the other side of the bridge was also provided with guardrails, even though the waves were still beating against the cliffs. It is often very windy here, because there are empty places everywhere, and there are cliffs, so the wind is particularly good. If you come to visit the attractions, hope is that the wind can be a little smaller, because the suspension bridge hangs, the wind will make the bridge shake left and right, people will lose their center of gravity. I went on a very windy day, but on the return journey, I was crossing the bridge with a group of young foreign men, they were playing, and shook the arms on both sides, making the suspension bridge rocking particularly hard on both sides, I shouted to them to stop, Then even the guards at both ends called to let them stop, and then quickly came to the shore. Scared to death, I really dare not look down, the abyss. The suspension bridge, due to the problem of bearing capacity, can only allow one way, both ends have staff always guarded, after a period of time put the end of the tourists past, then see which side of the tourists up, and put which side of the people past, repeatedly.
EarlDGiant’s Causeway-This is a natural wonder not to be missed in Northern Ireland, and one of the world-famous natural heritage... Carrick Rope Bridge is another classic place not to be missed on the magnificent coastline of Northern Ireland. Going forward on this ten-meter-long cable bridge, overlooking the picture of the stormy waves hitting the shore under your feet, it is really a thrilling journey...
WillSumThe reported tour group drove to the cable bridge and the Giant’s Causeway on the side of the blue coastline, and sometimes even saw Scotland across the island. The landform of the entire coastline is also very rugged. You can see the direct cliffs at countless turns, and it feels like you are about to fall at any time.
And some sections even have train tracks next to them. Perhaps the feeling of taking a train against the sea and cliffs will be more exciting.
雨丝风片This is the location of "Game of Thrones". Everyone guess which scene this is? In fact, more than one episode was shot here, and many episodes were shot here and nearby. What I reported was a one-day tour of Game of Thrones. When buying it, pay attention to the first one that came up with the "Game of Thrones" business. Don't report other follow-ups. It's a little bit more expensive. The quality is a few blocks away from other follow-ups. You can only buy it on his website. . Others are drivers and tour guides. This house has a dedicated tour guide and is an extra actor in "Game of Thrones". He said that many people on the island participated in the filming of "Game of Thrones". Here we put on the costumes from "Game of Thrones", holding props (swords and shields, whatever you like, pick your own) cosplayed a hand of "Game of Thrones". The tour guide helped everyone to take stills. The last picture shows us changing props for costumes. The port is not big and there are not many boats. They are all ordinary fishing boats and there are no yachts, but it is beautiful and the water is probably cold. At that time, I saw that there were seemingly local student groups who came here to play in the water, and they were still standing boards.