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Day 1 - Ferry from Cairnryan to Belfast.... I hate boats. I felt sick before we even left Cairnryan! Arrived at the hotel in Belfast about half 10 and went straight to bed!
Day 2 - Citysightseeing Tour to the Giant's Causeway with a few other stops along the way! Got on the bus about 9.30. First stop was Carrickfergus Castle - only saw it …
... Now that I'm all on my own
I saw you just the other day,
My, how you have grown!
Cast my memory back there, Lord,
Sometimes I'm overcome thinking about
Making love in the green grass behind the stadium with you,
My brown eyed girl' ('Brown Eyed Girl')
4 Bread Street
'When the train whistle blows
All the sadness that Hank Williams knows
And the river flows
Call them pagan streams and it spins and turns
... br> Center and got on the bus. Almost immediately after we boarded, the
rain started again, but it was light and we were on the bus anyway. As
we waited for the other visitors to return, we watched a steady stream
of classic British cars driving by, mostly Jaguars and MGs. Then we
drove a little bit further west and made a quick stop to view Dunluce
Castle from the road. This castle is the location of House of Greyjoy
in Game ...
A few errands in our morning including a haircut for Trevor and a wash and dry for me. After packing, we summoned a taxi for a lift to the train station. We anticipated being able to just grab some tickets and hop on the train to Belfast. The taxi driver clarified for us that each ticket would cost about 65 euro and that sometimes the trains sell out. Oops! So he says well i drive you there if you want! He made a decent offer and we accepted. He pulled over to pull off his taxi sign ...
... hours at the Titanic Belfast Museum. But before that, we toured the area of Catholic Belfast that was destroyed by war for over thirty years. For over three decades, in the70,s, 80’s and 90’s, news about Belfast meant news about ”The Troubles”. The Troubles is the name for the religious-national conflict in Northern Ireland that spilled over at various times into the Republic of Ireland, England and mainland ...