Beechlawn House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... bookshelves and well-worn ladders to the smells of ancient books, proved to be magnificent. Truly a book lovers paradise.
Saturday was an action packed day trip up to Northern Ireland. First stop, Belfast where I took a Black Taxi political tour and learned of the strong religious divisions that took place from 1960's - 2000. The familiar adage, "If these walls could talk..." takes on a whole new meaning ...
... in gunshot wounds particularly to the knees.
Just so it wasn't Groundhog Day completely we came home and did some much needed washing. The collective detritus from a few days. I can't see it drying in a Belfast Summer though. It's meant to be 15 but if it's that I'll be surprised and there has been a constant wind that's cold and chilly.
Then it's tour 2 time. The bit that amused Lee was the building with the yellowish stripes. Prince Charles said it was the ...
... the construction of the boat than it's actual fate as that's what the city is famous for. The cinema footage of the underwater wreckage is interesting if a little haunting however. Worth a visit if you have a few hours spare and probably the best way to spend some time in Belfast for what it is we thought the entry price was a little steep however at £15 per adult. A somewhat unrelated ...
... free wifi.
Belfast is host to the Tall Ships race over the next few days, so i get to see some really old Tall ships in the Harbour.
Apparently the last few days have been the hottest in the last 19 years, yet it was only in the mid 20s. You should see the look on peoples faces when i tell them that back home we can endure 10 days in a row of over 36 degrees C.
Really enjoyed the casual pace of Belfast, its not a big city at all and ...
Land ahoy! Four days later we were thrilled to see the cliffs of the northern coast on the Emerald Isle. We docked at 1 PM, and managed to find our private tour group. It was a brand new thirty passenger bus; with only nineteen of us aboard, everyone could spread out and have a window seat if they wanted one. Our driver, Gary, was also our guide, and a charming Irish lad who hailed from Londonderry, Northern Ireland's second ...