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... after we boarded, the
rain started again, but it was light and we were on the bus anyway. As
we waited for the other visitors to return, we watched a steady stream
of classic British cars driving by, mostly Jaguars and MGs. Then we
drove a little bit further west and made a quick stop to view Dunluce
Castle from the road. This castle is the location of House of Greyjoy
in Game of Thrones. Then we headed towards ...
A few errands in our morning including a haircut for Trevor and a wash and dry for me. After packing, we summoned a taxi for a lift to the train station. We anticipated being able to just grab some tickets and hop on the train to Belfast. The taxi driver clarified for us that each ticket would cost about 65 euro and that sometimes the trains sell out. Oops! So he says well i drive you there if you want! He made a decent offer and we accepted. He pulled over to pull off his taxi sign ...
... so long and *******, sank on the first trip. Randy and I were supposed to take the 20:05 train (that's 8:05!) back to Dublin, but since we were done and tired, we hopped on the 18:05 instead. We headed to a place called JW Sweetman's for dinner. I had an amazing goat cheese panini with red peppers and pesto; Randy had a chicken sandwich. Both were easily the best food we've had here so far. All in all, a great day of learning. Which, for me, is mostly what this kind of travel is all ...
... great about myself physically, but at the same time, I felt as though I was missing out on meeting new people, trying new things, etc. So, I began to slack a bit. Missing gym sessions, indulging in yummy foods with friends, and drinking alcohol - specifically, Magner's apple cider.. It is AMAZING!
Anyway, that has brought me to this past week. I haven't gained any weight back, but I also haven't lost any more. I have still been going to ...
... in which city hall is funded. From the beauty of City Hall to the new architecture of the Victoria Street shopping centre, which has a great view over the city. Said view is reached by a climb up several stories; if you eschew the lift the stairs are quite doable, though my vertigo could have done without the view out of the side of the stairwell. How the brain manages to tell me I can fall when fully enclosed I don't know, but it ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRavenhill Guesthouse Belfast
even arriving early didn't bother this Innkeeper Roger! If this is the hospitality we are going to see throughout Ireland, we are going to have a phenomenal 2 weeks! Lovely tea so comforting on dry airplane throat! Fab bed! Spotless, spotless - so central and easy to walk everywhere. Roger so easily helping us organize our Titanic and Black taxi day tomorrow...sweet happy times. Comfy warmth makes us Love Ireland already - just a few hours in.
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