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We had a nice, comfortable room. Breakfast was delicious and the view from the dining room was beautiful.
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... regime to prepare for war. Sounds rather frightening, although I am fascinated about his trip to Kenya as Kenya is where runners go to carry out altitude training to prepare for the Olympics. A few of my fellow HAWKS have been there to 'running camp' they say that Kenya has the most amazing running culture in the world. Somewhere I would love to go one day. Last night after tea we went to visit Peter and his parents Margaret (Robert's sister) and her husband John. Was ...
... over so viciously.
We turn into less conflicted streets such as the prestigious Queens College Belfast where Liam Neeson studied, the excellent Ulster museum and Lavery's that sells 1000 pints of guinness a day.
There are now more than 20 'integrated' schools in Belfast meaning they educate both religions and I agree with the guide that after 30 years of hell, this is the only way towards peace; to educate kids out of hatred.
... 8217;s, the oldest building in Belfast, which was a pub. I had their "300 beer," which was a lager, which wasn’t very good. I was in and out within 10 minutes. Wanted to keep moving: like a shark, I stop, I die. Needed to see things.
I made my way to the Titanic museum/experience and saw the Titanic slip where the doomed vessel was constructed. After that, I decided to beeline it through downtown in the direction of something on the map that was ...
... care of mentally challanged teenagers. It was a great way for them to feel rewarded for their achievements. I met a lot of new friends who I shared another dinner with and also who I danced the night away with. We danced to the cha cha slide and also the YMCA. It was a lovely time spent with kind people.
Basil then took Brandt and I to meet Susie and her friend at a bar/night club called Lily's located near Sid's house. We had a few drinks ...
Today we awoke knowing it would be the last day all seven of us would spend together surrounded by the wonderful people we met in Northern Ireland. We were all picked up on our normal schedules. I was picked up and taken to The St. Patrick Center where I would spend the day learning more about what the center does. I drank some tea and ate some toast with Donna, Andrew, and some other employees at the Center.
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