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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... band were playing live. Bad dancing, lots of drinking and even a fat lip (bottled myself in the face whilst dancing, I'm such a catch) made for a brilliant time. Belfast isn't a huge city, certainly in comparison to others I've been to, but even so I wanted to make sure I saw as much as possible. The hop-on hop-off bus tour was £12 and ran pick ups every 30 minutes so I jumped on that. You can do it for cheaper if you book in advance FYI, for a tenner I think, but ...
... this tour is comprised of. I'm kind of ok with that as this is supposed to be an adventure anyway right? First stop about 45 minutes in, a gas station for a coffee and washroom break. Much to my dismay, this particular station has a Burger King. Seriously? Luckily there is a more local coffee counter where the only thing that sounded good to eat was a simple croissant. This jet lag really isn't near as bad as when I flew to Turkey, so I actually ...
... kept squeaking as the boat kept a rockin. I was paranoid it would give way and he'd land on top of me resulting in an ABC news bulletin stating 'Australian tourist in intensive care after ferry boat bunk bed incident'. Needless to say we were very relieved once we were off the bloody thing in the morning. We fly into Belfast and collect the hire car, not without drama mind you. When is collecting a hire car ever simple. But all that rubbish was ...
... dates well! So onto Plan B and rather than stay in the city, we are heading out and up towards the Northern Coast. And I'm glad we are doing so, even coming in to land, I counted 6 bonfires beginning. The roads were deserted. It took an hour and 15 minutes to drive up to the north coast and we found our hotel, perched on the top of the cliffs, with amazing views all around. And right next to the entrance to the giants causeway. ...
Belfast became a booming city in the late 19th century with the huge shipbuilding industry and it is still the largest shipbuilding port in the world. It is also one of the safest cities in the world too, with 6500 police officers. Even the police stations are like a fortress. Sure Belfast has had its problems in the past with the *Troubles* (which is how they refer to it), but they have come a long way in the last 16 years. ...