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... of objects through the ages. I particularly liked the examples of gold jewellery that spoke of ancient people who invested time in decorative items even back then, when life was tough and mostly about surviving. There were also some beautiful ancient ceramics that would have looked great in a modern home.
We were so impacted by yesterday's bus tour that we decided to go round again, as our tickets were still valid, so we ...
... way off. The 'Peace Wall' stands at some 70 feet high, 3 feet deep of reinforced concrete, more than 2 mile long and has gates at check points which to this day are locked at 6pm weeknights and not open on weekends. This isn't a city of peace, don't let the Christmas market at the City Hall fool you, this is a city on edge, waiting for the next conflict to occur, constantly looking over its ...
... the dining room and settled for a snack this evening before our Movies Under the Stars showing of Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit. It would have been a much more enjoyable evening if we could have stretched out on the lounge chairs, however, an early evening shower made everything not under cover too wet to sit on. Tomorrow is our first stop in ...
... House and across the street from the Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast's oldest pub. The pub is ornately decorated with stained glass, beautiful wood, and the coziest snugs. We went upstairs to the dining room and I had fish and chips with green peas (not green mushy peas) and John had steak and pepper sausages with champ. Both meals were very satisfying. On our way out, we walked through the bar to admire all the details and found a snug ...
... which were fiercely Catholic on one side and staunchly Protestant on the other. This recent period of unrest in Irish history is rather limpishly nicknamed 'the Troubles', and one of the museums we'd been to the afternoon before had a decent exhibition dedicated to it's memory. In due course we were hurried into a maxi cab and sent on our way into the heart of the troubled areas. Our driver Frank had a weather beaten face, deeply grooved and wrinkled, and I guessed ...
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