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Travel Blogs from Newry
... but his Northern Irish accent was so thick it took me ten minutes to realise he was actually speaking English to me. Apparently my smile and nod tactic wasn’t working as he had actually been trying to ask me questions.
Once we broke the communication barrier it turned out he was really entertaining and knowledgeable, he asked me why I wanted to go to the Titanic exhibition and then promptly told me not to. He warned me it was an interactive exhibition and not so much ...
... strip of Christmas cheer. So we decided to make it our meal stop at least once everyday during our stay. It was centrally located in front of City Hall as a Christmas village that presented a stunning array of crafts, foods and trinkets from all over Europe and beyond including Dutch pancakes, French and Irish cheeses, German bratwurst, toasted crepes, pastries, hot Christmas cider, etc. Shops were decorated for the season. With all ...
... dollars so she settled on a second hand one!
We then visited the Titanic museum, which only opened 6 months ago. The Titanic was built in Belfast. It was quite interesting and well done, with some artifacts and costumes from the movie too.
We then visited the Belfast Town council building, bombed and destroyed in World War II but rebuilt exactly the same. It was a beautiful building both inside and out. And was ...
... watching the other cars go through and noticed there was a lot of security. We saw some people being frisked and cars being checked underneath with mirrors. When it was our turn, the woman asked Matt to open the boot and checked under the car too. I was pretty surprised that there was such a high level of security, given that we were going to another part of the UK and that the situation is a lot better than fifteen years ago.
We were allowed through ...
... Served at a diner in Belfast which served up warm food and Motown tunes. What a combo!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcake – From the Little Cupcake, the cutest café in all of Belfast! Tasted sweet, but not too sweet, and had just the right peanut butter to chocolate ratio!
Guinness - A birthday drink for my friend and fellow Milwaukee swing dancer Matt, enjoyed in the oldest pub in Belfast.
Lebe lang und erfolgreich,