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This morning started with a walking tour of Derry / Londonderry led by our local guide Ronan. He took us along the top of the old town wall, down some of the streets and into the Guild Hall which has been beautifully rebuilt since being blown up by the IRA. We then had some time to wander by ourselves and we spent some time in the Bogside area where there have been a lot of ...
... its own side of the peace wall. Remarkable show of loyalty for both sides of the conflict to this day.
Our local guide Dee, took us through the political murals, peace wall- where i wrote a small note to the local people, The opear house where Pavorotti made his UK debut singing Madam Butterfly, and the Europa Hotel - most bombed hotel in Europe - 20 times by the IRA and oddly enough, the hotel of choice for president Clinton.
The tour of Belfast also took us to the ...
... some landowner, wife scared him off, he hightailed it back to Scotland using these rocks as stepping stones.
Second school of thought is; hot lava, ...
... It is this part of our day that Tom Tom redeemed himself somewhat by directing us to Belfast Castle. An imposing Victorian building perched high on the hills overlooking Belfast. Immaculate gardens, its own tavern and a classic serving of Afternoon tea (finger sandwiches, scones and delicate pastries) saw us through to Dinner.
The crown liquor saloon, is one of the worlds best known pubs, a tribute to Italian craftsmanship at its finest. The ...
... get something to drink. We soon found out that we were supposed to pay a fee of about 8.50 pounds to take the hike and our receipt would be our way into the gift center and the bathroom. Upon pressing the woman at the desk she did tell us there were some bathrooms around the back of the building. What was really interesting about these bathrooms is that they were not marked at all, and looked like they ...