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All settled in our first delightful B and B in Belfast. Travel over went smoothly - nice to have it broken into 2 with the stop in TO. Funny little black Opal, stick shift (gulp) as automatic was 40 pounds more a DAY!!.
Such a wonderful start to our trip - gal at AC checkin at YVR was absolutely hilarious - eating her organic cookies and …
... more replications of actual areas throughout the ship. The gift shop was fantastic however and had lots of unique Titanic themed gifts. Despite my underwhelming feelings it is still a must-visit destination in Belfast if you enjoy the history of this great ship.
After the Museum, it was time for the Crumlin Road Gaol Museum. This was similar to the Gaol we toured in Dublin, with a few exceptions. This Gaol closed in 1996, so there was obviously ...
... little town of Brugge. Several hours were spent walking the streets and talking a lovely canal ride.
We were able to tick off our to do list here Belgium Waffles, Belgium Chocolates and Belgium Beer.
Monday August 19 was a lovely relaxing day as our first sea day. Cheryl and I tried to win the $10,000 at bingo but with no success. I did come very close but not close enough. ...
... in Ireland the vast majority of offices and especially factories shut down for the first two weeks of August as a way of forcing their employees to go on vacation at the same time, thus avoiding a scheduling nightmare. Even though Fort Wayne is an American company, the employees certainly aren't, so our production floor has been away for this entire last week. The building is dead silent, and the only staff are the sales team and a few engineers like myself. ...
... The H&W lifts are from the company that built the Titanic in that dock. Belfast was an important ship-building site back in the day. Also -- there is a picture of the Titanic Studios. This is where a good portion of Game of Thrones is filmed. They also use the outdoor area near the water as an outdoor location.
Later that night we had a special guest reading with novelist Glenn Patterson. He was awesome. He spent half of his time telling stories about his ...
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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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