The Crescent Townhouse
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... truly on time this time it's me that gets the table and window seat. I'll check for wifi connection as you never know, some lines make you pay others just throw it in (they all do for first class but...).
Back again and on the edge of Scotland. Just about the last sign I saw before leaving Scotland. Gotta love Sotland-England rugby rivalry.
I can see Ireland although I don't think you can via photo. Been through customs check and sitting waiting to board ...
... framework stood. We had a nice lunch there and then we walked over to the site of the SS Nomadic, which was built to ferry passengers to the big ships from the port of Sherbourne in France. This little ship is a miniature version of Titanic and actually serviced her on her ill-fated maiden voyage. It went on to serve in WW1 as a minesweeper and troop carrier, and also carried troops in WW2. It ...
... centers. At its height during WWII the
Harlan and Wolff shipyards (which built the Titanic) employed as astounding 40,000
For the 100th anniversary of Titanic’s sinking
Belfast built a huge glass and aluminum museum in a shape that resembles a ship’s
prow to detail everything about the ship’s construction, short life, and demise.
Located at the site of the dry dock slips where the Titanic and its sister ships
... to it I drove to Milltown Cemetery where Gerry Conlon is buried. While there I think I may have come across the grave(s) of some of my predecessors. Im looking into it. I then did more exploring throughout the city looking at things such as the original wall dividing Protestants and Catholics; murals that have been painted over the past 60 years (primarily political in nature); and finally the Bontanical garden. While it was nice, it doesnt have anything on Sydney. I went back ...
... an unbiased view of the issues involved. So impressive, in fact, that we couldn't decide later if he was a Nationalist or a Unionist!
We climbed back onboard about 9 PM, and made a beeline for the dining room which closed at 930 PM. I had some lovely Porcini Risotto and a Caesar salad, with a chocolate something, of course, to complete the meal. We cast off for Dublin around 11 PM, and we were already in bed, fast ...