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TravelPod Member ReviewsBienvenue Guesthouse Belfast
We were welcomed like long-lost relatives & enjoyed every moment of our stay in this gracious house in a leafy garden in Sans Souci Park. While it is a bit of a distance to the centre of Belfast, buses are frequent & easy to catch, or you can walk if you're feeling energetic. Bree, the manager. bent over backwards to help us enjoy our stay. Hot water, lovely spacious room & excellent breakfast. Thoroughly recommended.
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... if that means the United Kingdom is recognised as the country (and if so does that mean Northern Ireland is not a country as such), or if Northern Ireland is the country (and if so then what on earth is the United Kingdom?!). It's all a bit confusing. No wonder Scotland wants out (granted I wrote this after the referendum has been run and won, but at the time it seemed that way!) After about two and a half hours we reached Belfast, which while is relatively peaceful ...
... Too bad that a day only has 24 hours. I would have loved to add the studio to our plans, but this gives another reason to come back.One interesting fact we did learn was:
Belfast has an ice hockey team! The Belfast Giants. And since the Irish cannot stand on skates (this is what the tour guide said. Can't prove otherwise) The team is made up of Canadians, Americans and Russians.Maybe we can offer some Germans in a few years. I know someone. Hint hint.....
... through to the IRA fighting, Belfast is a city with much to offer.
I spend Saturday walking around exploring the city centre, seeing the shops and visiting pubs. I book on to a bus tour and spend 2 hours driving around the city past the Titanic Museum, the film sheds where they film Game of Thrones, past an enormous clock that slants because it was built over a river, we go out to the Belfast Castle which apparently on blue ...
... the hill that surrounds the circle. Kaeleb is holding tightly to my hand, head jerking side to side, anxiously trying to avoid the plethora of bumblebees that inhabit the fuchsia.
As we walk back to the car the grey clouds begin to unleash fat drops of rain; we have good timing. The drive home we follow the signs along the main road rather than taking our chances with the GPS. Jada, sitting in the back with Julian slowly grows more and more car ...
The day began with partial cloud and eventually turned bright and sunny as i thought from yesterdays sunset. Moved to a hotel since the guesthouse had rooms you could stretch your arms and touch both walls. A little more breathing space in the hotel. And wifi so that helps.
From the hotel walked to the Ulster Museum, since needed to wait for the room to be ready.
Enamoured with the Wm. Scott exhibit ...