Wellington Park Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Day 1 - Ferry from Cairnryan to Belfast.... I hate boats. I feel sick before we even leave Cairnryan! We eventually get to the hotel in Belfast at about half 10 and head straight to bed!
Day 2 - Today we're doing a Citysightseeing Tour to the Giant's Causeway with a few other stops along the way! We get on the bus at about 9.30. First …
... to believe what you may, but I am inclined to believe that Giant could not refuse a challenge.
Last but certainly not least, I got a chance to see if my irrational fear of heights and specifically fear of heights on bridges, could be conquered today. A lovely visit between drops of rain to the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge would prove that I am still irrational when it comes to bridges. Especially ones that ...
I'm on the train again. How come each of the 9 seats immediately next to the seat I have reserved is empty and some one is in that particular seat? The reserved sign was on, most of the others were not reserved but this guy has my seat. Big window and a good table may have something to do with it. I sat a couple behind as is the British thing to do. It seems you only kick some one out if you get kicked out of your seat. Yep, it does start some kind of chain reaction ...
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, the six counties
of Ulster Province that remained a part of the United Kingdom after the rest of
Ireland received independence in 1921, and a place that used to be in the news
a lot but you rarely hear about anymore. That’s mostly a good things because
Northern Ireland was making the news for about 30 years because of violence
between Catholic Republicans who wanted Northern Ireland to join the rest of
... br> “You’re still paler” is the response I got. Not true. I was not that pale.
But I was whiter than the sand.
I sunbaked with Lydia (in tights, boots, a dress and glasses) for a while.
But uhhh…me forgots sunscreen.
Only a wee bit of my arms, but I cried…I want to be pale not pink!