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... this town we walked to the cathedral of St. Columb's, whose construction began in 1628. Along the way, we came across a yarn bombing. A large patchwork piece was draped across the top of a building. The knight's armor at the front door was also adorned with knit and crocheted items. Inside the building were a variety of shops, antiques, books, used clothing, a tea shop, and a very small yarn ...
... we had truly experienced Brennan's great hospitality and we cruised back to go to bed.
Our first full day in Belfast was spent exploring the history of the titanic. Our first stop (after a late start, not having to get up for a B and B breakfast has its perks!) was the Titanic museum. The museum was 7 stories high, had a movie theatre, a ride and was pretty awesome. We were taken through how they built the mighty ship and about the city of Belfast at the ...
... was this big church-like looking thing. Although raised Catholic, I’ve forgotten what things mean, maybe it is a church. It was very pretty and the freshly torched car in the parking lot (the only car in the lot) was a nice touch. I went up to the car and put my hands in it. And guess what? It was still warm. Looked like a fresh burn. You don’t see that every day.
I kept walking back in the direction of the bus stop, as the 10:00 PM time in which the ...
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Day 2 bangor
First stop tesco. What a great supermarket! A cross between paper plus, farmers, vetro, farmer's market and woolies. Everything one could imagine! Awesome quality and excellent prices - even w conversion. Stocks obtained and back to our pad. Forgot to mention house equipped with kids play house out back - nice.
Cunningham family arrived early arvo so quick catch up before first of wedding festivities.
All piled in ...
This was my first Ski holiday and i was very excited. The only problem is the long trip to Whistler from Belfast.
An early start for the Belfast to London isnt too bad, its the 12hour flight to Vancouver i am dreading.
T3 was packed when we got there and queues were soooo long. Luckily enough we are travelling British Airways and that's who I work for! We skip the queues and go straight to the front. They are also kind enough to give ...