Francis Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... England and those that didn't. It was interesting as we drove round as the locals are hot on flying there flags as to who they support. The wall was covered with some really creative art work. Don't quite understand why you'd call a 7 metre high wall that divides people a peace wall. Seems to me it would do just the opposite. There are a lot of church's in Belfast and lots of different religions from catholic to Muslim and so on. According to the last census there are ...
... stay in a trailer on their backyard. There is one other worker here, a guy from Germany. It is fun to have someone else here, and we play games and stiff with him in the evenings when we are not at the house. We haven't done much other than work since we have been here, partly because it is almost always raining, and partly because we do a lot of hard work. I feel just ready to drop into bed at night. I love the work though, it is totally my type of work!! Let me talk about ...
... cylinders down onto them. The papers about the incident, who authorised it and how it came to happen were supposed to be released 30 years after the incident. This incident occurred in 1974. Needless to say, the Nationalists are still waiting for information. The next mural features 3 people on the left who were gunned down in Gibraltar. An informant notified the British army that they were going to Gibraltar for a holiday (quite possibly for ...
... up at the most Northern tip of Ireland we were able to see Giant's Causeway, a beautiful (rather touristy) attraction that is a must see in Northern Ireland. The strange shape of the stones gave way to legends describing how it was formed, hence the name Giant's Causeway. And of course I had to buy a ...
... and America, focusing particularly on the lifestyle and experiences of those immigrants who sailed from Ulster to America in the 18th and 19th centuries. 3.45pm We settled in the marquee at a table with a foot long hot dog to share and a Guinness and cider. Every hour there was a change of band, who entertained for 45mins. Great music, very varied and fascinating instruments. Really enjoyed it - top class says Kev. Unfortunately the last ...