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... to buy us dinner as well and forced us to have a main and desert- we were so full! It was such a nice dinner. We went back to Winifred's house for a cup of tea afterwards when she showed me her collection of teddies, antiques, Crystal wear and china wear. She gave me a plate which she wanted me to have as well. The brand was called Skode and she said that if I was ever to be invited to dinner by the queen then I would be eating of Skode china wear so I was very ...
... in the baby carriage, the Scottish giant returned to Scotland and tore up the causeway as he went.
We spent several hours climbing among the rocks and had a blast. There was even a seal swimming just off the rock formation in the cold north Atlantic. So we got to see some wildlife.
Next stop is Glasgow, Scotland then on to Dublin, Ireland.
... It took just over three years to build and fit out the RMS Titanic, and it took the ship less than three hours to sink beneath the North Atlantic Ocean on April 14-15, 1912. Well before, the White Star Line's "unsinkable" ship set sail on its first and only voyage and launched countless stories, however, high stakes and grand plans went ...
... you can see Scotland, through the plush neighbourhood and out past the peace wall and various murals remembering the 'troubles’.
I would’ve liked more history on the ‘troubles’ as they call it, but it was still interesting what we saw. I thought it was a tad sad that at the end of one wall there was a giant Coca-Cola sign beside all this history. It was a bit like seeing the Berlin wall murals and people ...
... catch the your bus and then proceeded our way round all the sites of Belfast :-
Crumlin road jail, Shanklin road, the Falls area, past the Sinn Fein centre.
It's an amazing relatively short history that seems so recent. With hotels being made famous for being the most bombed in Europe to the high steel walls dividing the city between Protestant and Catholic to more recent history between huge debates between the royalists ...