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Travel Blogs from Belfast
... columns. We had a choice of walking the 3 klms to the site or catching the bus...I think you can guess what we did after the earlier exercise! We then travelled through the heart of the glens of Antrim, nine lush valleys created by glaciers during the ice age. We stopped for lunch at the harbour town of Carnlough where we had a lovely meal of fish, caught that morning. The town hasn't changed that much over the last few centuries. We ended our tour with a short drive through a part ...
... as well), they are a real spectacle, banners, loud drums and music, colourful marchers in uniforms in Belfast there were little children dressed and marching as well. Salmon farms were wiped out with killer jellyfish a few yrs ago and are now just recovering Lots of groups of cyclists on the road pick everywhere. game of thrones No coal fires, all now natural gas or oil. Years ago illegal to sell potential so the old lady sold the water and to wash the ...
With the wrought-iron gate rows
I went home and listened to Jimmie Rodgers in my lunch-break
Bought five Woodbines at the shop on the corner
And went straight back to work ...
What's my line?
I'm happy cleaning windows
Take my time
I'll see you when my love grows
Baby don't let it slide
I'm a working man in my prime
Cleaning windows' ('Cleaning Windows')
7 The Castlereagh Road
'Wee Alfie at ...
... The trip went by fast after eating lunch and relaxing, and soon we arrived in Northern Ireland! At the port in Belfast we started our bus tour around the city, little did I know this was the Titanic mecca! Being as obsessed as I am I put the Titanic soundtrack on and enjoyed the ride through Titanic Quarters. We passed the Titanic Museum (shaped to scale of the bow of the ship) the actual location where the Titanic ...
... was about mid 60's with a chequered past. His insight into the events of the last few decades told me all I needed to know about the extent of his probable involvement. He also had one of the oddest accents I've ever heard, a little bit Irish but with the inflections all wrong. Every last word in a sentence went down in a slow deliberate way, like someone who is reading from scripture or poetry, and I found myself unwittingly enthralled. We were shown a few murals, one ...
Other places to stay in Belfast
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | Hotelfrom $115
King's Hall, Belfast | Hotelfrom $56
Ballynafeigh, Belfast | Hotelfrom $62
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | Hotelfrom $60
Ballynafeigh, Belfast | Hotelfrom $60
11 Malone Road, Belfast | Hotelfrom $97
Malone, Belfast | Hotelfrom $42