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... 8217;s size compared to other ships just now and I thought she was big…clearly I have never been on a modern day cruise ship or seen one for that matter.)
We went to a 1920’s party tonight too, which in keeping with the Titanic theme managed to sink us…not so far that bad things would happen…unless you call 2 meals at McDonalds in the space of 1 hour a bad thing. At the time it seemed great! ...
... took 2 hours 15min but the ferry was fully equipped with wifi, a cinema, bars, restaurants, lounge areas, a spa with a jacuzzi and massage services, Xboxes, a duty free like shop and there were multiple outside decks. We found it cool taking photos of Scotland in the distance then awhile later taking photos of Ireland in the distance. Once in Belfast we checked into our hotel and went out for a black cab tour. The tour was in a traditional black cab and it took us to both a ...
... two Australian friends who we actually met while in Killarney! We went to a pub called Filthy McNasty's (terrible name) and it was really cool! They had an open outdoor area in the middle with fire lamps everywhere to keep the area warm, it was a really cool atmosphere and we enjoyed a cider with black currant while visiting! We also ran into another friend who had been in Killarney as well, and also two people who were on the walking tour with us way back ...
Friday was our last day in Northern Ireland and we left the capital city as our last trek during our time here. It's only a 20-25 minute drive from Larne to Belfast so it's a quick drive.
Our first stop was the relatively new Titanic Belfast Museum situated right near the harbor front where the Titanic was built. First impressions of the building are that it's an incredibly unique building design and definitely stands out as one of the ...
... himself and fled for Scotland. Finn and his wife rejoiced in her cleverness. We hiked our way to the top and played with some sheep before heading to Bushmills Inn for a lovely dinner of salmon and steaks - mental note: Irish like their beef grass fed and well done. Next time, get the salmon, even if you don't want fish anymore. As we left Bushmills, we saw a gorgeous sunset, and we couldn't help but pull off for some pictures. We headed down a sharply winding path to the Ballytoy ...
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