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... whisky distillery that goes by the same name. As expected, there was a restaurant on site that satisfied our lunch needs before we joined in the 2.00pm tour of the factory, with tasting included at the end. Because the factory was undergoing annual maintenance, a number of areas usually included in the tour couldn't be accessed. To ease any disappointment, each ticket holder was given a small (single shot) bottle of whisky to try. The tour itself was quite interesting ...
... Fergus's place we still had some time to kill, being Ireland we thought this could easily be done in a bar, however these seemed as rare as hens teeth.
After a bit of a drive we finally found one but having not had lunch we were after food as well, again something that was not on the menu. Continuing our search we tried another bar that looked lively and thankfully we got some wedges and a couple of pints of the good stuff.
It was dark and wet and ...
... amazing! First off a gentleman playing the guitar entertained the room. It reminded me of the music Johnny Depp plays in Chocolat. Then the owner of the restaurant began playing the piano and singing various jazz songs / regular songs but jazzy sounding. It was fantastic! I highly recommend visiting these guys if you’re ever in Belfast.
All in all I have had a fantastic time in Belfast and Ireland as a whole. The disappointment of not seeing Garth Brooks has well ...
... and head off for lunch. After lunch, we were met my another guide Judy, who took us on a walking tour of the city with a focus on Titanic related sites. Tom and Sean then picked us up in the coach again and took us out to the a Titanic Belfast exhibition which we rushed through in the limited time. We treated that as a ...
Pre Blog Early morning start as we drive through Northern Island back to Belfast to catch our after noon flight Live Blog A leisurely start to the day and a simple breakfast of crumpets and cereal. We tidied up and set off towards Portrush and Dunlunce Castle With only 1/2 hour we did not think it was worth the £5 entry fee, and with slight drizzle we took some pictures from the roadside. Next time !!! Next stop was a road of famous ...