Benedicts of Belfast
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
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... The murals are meant to send a powerful message, and the stories behind them are fascinating. Especially when you consider how recent many incidents have taken place. And all over a difference in religious beliefs.
From murals to Giants Causeway. According to Irish Legend, the causeway are remains built by a Giant. Others may argue it was volcanic activity millions of years ago that caused the rock ...
... in Ireland so the locals immediately nicknamed it 'Camilla'.
Lee's having a little nap (no tourist stamina!) before we go to the Crown tonight. Very Irish pub, very good to look at but I think it will be crowded and pretty noisy. It's quite a tourist pub but there appears to be locals as well. They have lovely booths with saloon doors so groups of about 6 to 8 can sit in relative privacy and have a Guinness or two and a chat. It's meant to have very good Guinness, we'll let you know. ...
... robots exhibit was also at the centre during our visit including some old favorite such as Kryten and C3PO.
You can also gain more a flavor of the city docks area as well as the sheer size of the boat if you take a stroll down the quay side where the ship was launched, with a good view of the famous Samson and Goliath cranes and Titanic film Studios at the end (also used by GOT).
... nice views of the hills.
Today its a 2 hour drive to the airport for my flight to Glasgow. Richard suggests i drive to Newcastle, then follow the Mournes Coast road. It has some beautiful scenery, and the sun is shining. What a great day.
With the rental car returned, i clear security and make my way to the departure gate. I am lucky with my new host in Glasgow. She has offered to pick me up from the airport. Look forward to that.
... br> It was a windy, overcast day with temps in the fifties, and a wind-chill number much lower than that. Once off the highway (dual carriage way in local terms), we saw the beauty of Northern Ireland, enjoying the fabled 'forty shades of green'. It's a prosperous country, with large, well maintained homes and farm buildings. The fields were dotted with sheep and lambs, some of them already shorn, but most of them still ...