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... Ireland. I was particularly excited to view the massive new Titanic Experience (I told you I was slightly obsessed when I was younger) in Belfast, so I practically bounded out of bed (maybe I still am a little obsessed). That, and the bus had wifi, which was important as we'd heard on the grapevine that Grandma might be keen to party again tonight and therefore we could connect with Pam to arrange plans later. Grandma's a party animal! After getting ready, we walked down ...
... head back onto the tour bus to make our way home. The rest of the city tour takes us through the two infamous streets of Shankill Road and Falls Road. This is where the "Troubles" in Belfast occurred. The murals are still there as is the up to 25 feet tall in places. This is kind of sad to still see in place. Although the tension has subsided, the walls still stand because neither side trusts the other. After this we head home and pack for our trip across the sea to Scotland ...
... amazing! First off a gentleman playing the guitar entertained the room. It reminded me of the music Johnny Depp plays in Chocolat. Then the owner of the restaurant began playing the piano and singing various jazz songs / regular songs but jazzy sounding. It was fantastic! I highly recommend visiting these guys if you’re ever in Belfast.
All in all I have had a fantastic time in Belfast and Ireland as a whole. The disappointment of not seeing Garth Brooks has well ...
Being somewhat skeptical of hotel breakfasts, we were immensely surprised and overjoyed to find our hotel "Full Irish Breakfast" includes REAL bacon (after so many months in the USA where their idea of bacon is a wafer-thin strip of fat with patches of pink stuff - crispy and delicious as it is), freshly poached eggs (not the pre-mixed packet stuff we endure in the USA if we eat out ...
... degree view of Belfast from up high. The stand up in the dome is slightly wobbly but we did get some great views. We also mapped out what we wanted to see from our perch.
From the dome we headed to the Albert Memorial Clock. The clock has a noticeable lean to it and is similar in design to Big Ben. The plaque at the bottom said that on the day the Titanic left port, a boy climbed the clock Tower to get a better view.