Ballyrobin Country Lodge
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... them to write up the paperwork I needed to take with. Soon it was off from the hospital straight to the railway station (Rob had picked up the luggage from the hotel and picked me up from the hospital en route to the station). Unfortunately the hotel had told Rob the wrong rail station so we then had to tram it (with all our luggage) to the right one - luckily not too far. Belfast tickets bought ...
... through into how the Titanic was made and the lives of the Belfast dockers and shipbuilders who worked on her. There was a ride that took you through the belly of the ship in a pod-type thing which was really cool. The sinking was then shown in a walk through with all of the final morse code distress messages sent by the Titanic crew, which were pretty heartbreaking to read knowing its fate, the last ...
... an Irish woollen mill shop and a local disposals store. As Cal would confirm, not every town will have everything you need and most locals need to travel to a 'big' town to do their large grocery shop or to find a specific item. Whatever enquiry you may have the townsfolk will always point you in a direction, not usually the right one but I guess they want to feel like they've contributed somehow. This is a typical example of Irish hospitality, I've ...
East Belfast and Van Morrison ...
'Oh, I travelled far
The nearest star
And Mount Palomar
And we don't care just who you know
It's who you are
And when they all
All go home
Down the cobblestones
You will double back
To a cul de sac' ('Cul De sac')
Places we visited on the Van Morrison tour of Belfast
1 Hyndford Street
'Take me back, take me way, way, way back
On Hyndford Street
... Apparently the area has some history and for this reason not even her boyfriend had ever been there (he is Irish). Us being naive had no idea and just thought it was a cheap park. Razor wire around the fence should have been an indicator. Today we drove to Belfast, checked out another castle while waiting for the ferry and are now in Scotland at Cairnryan for the night. Nice little village and B&B. Tomorrow we head to Loch Ness with a stop on the way at ...