Curran Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stopped to sea "Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge" I wasn't impressed with having to pay but after seeing the views and crossing the bridge that is 100 meters above the crystal clear sea below I would of paid twice as much..it was gorgeous. The walk itself out to the bridge was 1km of views that were just fabulous, the bridge walk was controlled and only a maximum of 8 people at a time were allowed to cross, it did sway slightly so I was grateful of no wind. After numerous amounts of ...
... to the smooth creamy ice cream handmade at the Rhinka.
After our little ice cream outing we came back to the house and had lunch. Then we lounged about for the rest of the day getting caught up on Big Brother, Breaking Bad, How I Met Your Mother, and Suits. Tomorrow will be a much more exciting and eventful day as we trek about Belfast to do the Crumlin Road Gaol, Ulster Museum, The Dome at Victoria Square, and the Titanic Museum!
We are off to pick up our Black Cab tour, a two hour tour of Belfast, it is the political & historical tour, it will be interesting to see the other sides story. The Titanic was built in Belfast along with other famous large ships, Belfast was well known for it's ship building, the building of ships has almost ceased now it's a shame because unemployment is so prevalent. We toured Fall Road (the Catholic side ) ...
... an unfortunate downpour, that stopped almost instantly after we returned to the room, we decided that it was best if we just went to sleep for a couple of hours. I was so tired, I even slept through a United game. but in all honesty 30 hours with no sleep is pretty long for anyone.
But as the title suggests, if that was the worst of times, it was followed by one of the best experiences we have ever had, let alone in the UK. We had made plans with ...
... 9, so took him for the class act. As ever, my slow start was followed by acceleration, and into a headwind I found myself right behind the tall man. I resolved to stay there, breaking that resolve a second later as my gradual acceleration, like an air raid siren warming up, carried me on. I caught the pair, too, behind them for a mo, alongside and then clear. The leader had gone out a bit quick and came back nicely, by 2k I was level, by 2.3 I ...