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Had lunch at Murphy's Pub.... Food and drinks both delicious... Service with a smile especially after I handed the guy his tip which I later realized was around 50%!!! It's tough working with all this different currency. Oh well. Went to the Down Cathedral where St Patrick is buried, well at least that is the story... No one is ...
... A quick 20 minute drive to the airport and through security, Matthew nearly loosing his trousers when having to take his belt off ! Awaiting our flight in 20 minutes... Perfect timing. !! A good flight but Matthew was getting worried as we taxi'd down to the start if the runway the pilot had only started one of the two propellers !!! Anyway he started it just before we turned into the runway to take off A quick 45 minute ...
... it just literally around the city and various neighbourhoods. Our tour started at 10am right in the centre of town and from there our driver then took us across into the Protestant part of town talking away the whole time. The streets all had painted gutters with their red white and blue and union jacks everywhere to inidicate what side they were on or represented. The main focus was a whole host of giant murals painted on the end of council flats to idolise and commemorate ...
... loading freight ships and travel ferries. Across the parking lot from the Titanic Museum was the ship the SS Nomadic, the "Little Sister" ship to the Titanic, and the last remaining White Star Co., the fleet line that commissioned the Titanic, ship around today. It was dry docked, and for another fee, you could go in and tour the smaller boat. We declined. As we made our way up the harbor walkway, there were various cafe's and coffee and ...
... others under the veranda until the hail let up enough to start out again. Now wet and cold, we doubled back to the car to park for the evening before taking much needed warm showers.
When we were clean and dry the sun filled the sky again, we set out for our now traditional dinner and nightly pub crawl. We spent the next few hours enjoying the pedestrian alleyways and shopping around Victoria Square. Our pub crawl ...