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... in a street called Bread in East Belfast
Where Georgie knows best ...' ('Ancient Highway')
5 Cyprus Avenue
'And I'm caught one more time
Up on Cyprus Avenue
And I'm conquered in a car seat
Not a thing that I can do
I may go crazy
Before that mansion on the hill ...
I think I'll go on by the river with my cherry cherry wine
I believe I'll go walking by the railroad with my cherry cherry wine
If I pass ...
These blogs are all starting the same. You would think by now that my liver would have gotten in better shape and could handle a few Fockin (ok maybe more than a few) cocktails by now. Nonetheless, I've gotten in a nice little routine of Pepto bismol tablets upon rising and by the time we are on the road, I have things pretty under control. So after much debate and review of options with the Celerionites, we decided to go with the hotel recommended day tour of Giants ...
... for rain all day, but we got insanely lucky - not a drop and it was clear and partly sunny! We could easily see the Black Mountains on all sides of Belfast! We then took a cab to Titanic Quarter and visited the new Titanic Experience Museum. It's built directly on top of the dock where the famous ship was built. It took us about two hours to get through the exhibit. Was really neat! However we were surprised and bummed to find that they had NO artifacts from the ship! I found ...
... visited Belfast. She figured that this is partially due to the cities reputation from the Troubles, but thought that this was silly as the Troubles have been over for almost twenty years.
When I arrived in Belfast I checked into my hostel, the Global Village Hostel, which is a cozy and comfortable, with a really engaging and active staff. The hostel is in the trendy student neighbourhood, really close to Queens University Belfast - not to be confused with ...
... but a nice lady who volunteered there kept us busy for about a half an hour. She was very friendly, and was more than willing to tell us about the travels she had taken to the US, and various other countries. She fancied herself as a professional traveler, and especially enjoyed touring places with military memorials and landmarks. She said she had been to the war graves in France, and also to Arlington Cemetary, and said that one day ...