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... to, you could walk across a rope bridge that was suspended hundreds of metres in the air. We opted out of this little adventure, and instead went for a long walk around the cliffs admiring luscious, green landscapes and the rugged coastline. We were given an hour to walk around so we took full advantage of this and took lots of photos. We then hoped on the bus again to go to our next stop, the Bushmills Distillery. We had a small sample of the single ...
... was in this massive modern building built as high as the Titanic's hull, situated at the head of the slipway where the ship was built. For the next two hours I tracked around the six levels of the building, which tracked Belfast's history and the story of the Titanic. It was an all high-tech, all lights and sounds experience, that I sort've found really just trying to take advantage of Titanic's name to make a tourist dollar, as opposed to really paying tribute to ...
... station where the lonesome engine drivers pine' ('Cyprus Avenue')
'And walks up Cherry Valley from North Road Bridge, railway line
On sunny summer afternoons
Picking apples from the side of the tracks
That spilled over from the gardens of the houses on Cyprus Avenue' ('On Hyndford Street')
6 Streets of East Belfast
'Oh, the smell of the bakery from across the street
Got in my nose
As we carried our ladders ...
... some festival going on and the gardens were pretty cool, but nothing special because of the season! Oh the weather....its been cold and rainy! I am pretty used to it by now! Ha! The museum was blah, but it was free and im all about free! After that we went back to the hostel to check in! This is a very small hostel, but a really great place to meet people! We made friends with two guys from Spain (John and Mario) a Canadian (Micheal), two Aussie's ...
Thursday 8th of August 2013 - Edinburgh to Glasgow, Scotland One of my favourite things about this tour is the drives are not long, there are none of these 12 hour days unlike Norway. We left Edinburgh in the morning and arrived in Glasgow around midday. My first opinion of Glasgow is 'small town'. Which is rather amusing because it is Scotland's largest city, it really did not feel anywhere near as big as Edinburgh did. As we arrived too early to check in, why not check out ...