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... sure because people have been buried there for so long it's hard to know for sure. After that we went to the St Patrick Center and watched a movie about his life and what he did for the country. Kind of interesting. On our way to Dublin now... Will be havin some good craic tonight and takin the **** out of the guide & driver. ...
... chosen to tour on the Saturday instead of the Friday! Lucky charms!!! I actually wished that I was wearing shorts!
Along the way our guide, Davie, showed us some of the filming locations for 'Game of Thrones'. Much of it is shot here and on a sound stage in the Titanic Quarter part of Belfast. Davie showed us this abandoned quarry which was going to be filled with water to serve as a SCUBA diving school - but that didn't happen. ...
... sometimes more than once a day) and we had trouble finding the right bus stop to get back to the apartment...more than once! We will remember them as the elusive number 9 buses. Day two was another busy day and it was also Scotty's 31st birthday. Our first stop was the Titanic Museum. We were told it would take us no more than two hours to go through. It took us three and a half. We were starving after that so we headed to the Crown Pub (a must visit if you're ever in Belfast). ...
... visitor centre has only been open about 5 months - and it is simply
sensational! Spread over 4 floors it takes you back through early Belfast and
the shipyard that was at its heart. A ride then takes you through an excellent
re-creation of the sights and sounds of the building of the great ocean liners
- it is exceptionally well done.
We spent 4 hours there, but the highlight ...
... time thought that what they were going through might be meaningful to later generations. They set aside the newspapers, flyers, posters, songbooks, calendars, correspondence, and meeting minutes from those days anticipating that these materials would shed light on the past. Many collections are the result of individuals who happened to keep such thing themselves and then later, they donated these materials to their library.