Avenue Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and a little sleep, it went by pretty quickly.
Spent Friday strolling around Dublin, getting the lay of the land for when I return for three nights at the end of my trip. It was crowded in the City Centre, so I took that opportunity to slip into The Old Library at Trinity College away from the large crowds. Anyone who knows me well, will know that I love books. Like real books, not the kindle or the nook kind. ...
... ready for new facts and figures and although the route was the same the comments vary just a bit. I've included that infamous mural and because I was ready for it I have a bigger, better image this time. It's equally poignant and equally confronting as it was yesterday. Then there's Napoleon's Nose. Without too much imagination you can see the profile of forehead, nose, lips and chin in the line of the hill. It's meant to be the inspiration for Gulliver's Travels. Then more ...
We only dropped into Belfast for a few hours before our flight home and this was just to visit the Titanic Belfast exhibition. My initial feeling about Belfast however is that it is a highly industrial city, more so than Dublin. It is however supposed to offer nice restaurants and shops but as far as a picturesque city break goes, I'd say Dublin definitely has the upper hand.
... Victorian home is nice. Its 3 stories and i am on the top floor. I have only spoken to Richard, the host, for an hour or so and he seems nice enough. He is busy working so i leave him to it.
Spent the next few days just walking around the city. Visiting all the quarters, including the Titanic quarter. Even stood on the slipway where the Titanic was built. There is so much history in Belfast, and it certainly had a lot to see. The tour ...
... sad. We also liked the part where we road a boat shaped ride which explained us the life of a man working on the Titanic boat. We also saw the different rooms of the boat classified by the most expensive one to the cheapest one. We had a really good time.