Dobbins Inn Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... beautiful, but basically the only thing to do there.
We drove back via, and stopped at Belfast Castle. Didn’t actually know it existed until we went there!
We didn’t really do much inside, but in the gardens we went on a hunt for 9 cats that were hidden in the garden. Some were welded in the benches, others were topiary. It was like being 5 again.
We went ...
Good morning Lord! So this morning I woke up and got ready. I didn't feel hungry which is strange. I always feel hungry and breakfast is my favourite meal. Anyways I packed the remaining clothes into my suitcase and then had breakfast. I had yoghurt with toast and tea. Before we came to Europe, I thought buying the breakfast was better than having it provided. Now, I think it's better to have it included. Unless there's a cheap cafe next door etc. We then ...
... br> Obtaining our rental car was a very lengthy exercise however 1 1/2 hours after arriving at the rental desk (Sixt), they offered us a Series 1 BMW. A week later I regret accepting this car. How do they expect me to be happy with our Honda when we return home?
Off to Carrickfergus eventually, we walked the blustery boat harbour beside the castle and generally got a feel for the town. We finished the evening with dinner in the bar at our Pub ...
... or Protestant and mostly only associate with those groups. There is a significant number of kids who's parents are dead or still in jail from the troubles. The youth are so angry because all they heard about growing up is their parents stories and it makes them act out towards others as well. It doesn't need to be like this, people hold on so much to what has happened because they don't want to forget but if they could forgive everyone would be more at peace with the situation ...
... unsinkable. Somehow the word "practically" got lost in all the hype of the time. The rest is history....and the exhibits show it. On our way out, we had tea and scones, just like it would have been served onboard. Later we took the Hop On/Hop Off bus tour around the city of Belfast. We even drove thru the neighbourhoods where "The Troubles" took place. Still ...