Francis Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... travelers! We decided to make it a low key night after being up late and continuous drinking. The Irish sure do love to drink and have a good time but I also enjoy writing this and looking at the day's pictures and videos! Memorable quote: "I have so much money, it is starting to cut me #firstworldproblems" -Bryan Szeto (He is referring to having USD, Euros, and pounds all in his wallet!) Tomorrow: Dublin- mainly the outskirts and hiking in the Dublin and Wickalow ...
... tried out hand-spinning as well! It seemed quite simple, but in reality it wasn’t as simple as it seemed. The foot pedal was quite ************ce you got the hang of it, it worked out quite well! The Hillsborough fort was a also magnificent place to see. It is one of the historic houses of Northern Ireland. William of Orange spent several nights at the Fort on his way South to the Boyne in 1690. The fort is set in ...
... downside to this whole experience is that my friends and family are so sick with jealousy no one will speak to me, but it's totally worth it (just kidding guys!).
I'll be writing this blog so that everyone back at Sainsbury's (and anyone else who's interested) can keep up with what I'm doing. Two other future Sainsbury's grads, Hannah and Kath, are also taking part in the scheme so I'll post a link to their blogs when I get them. In ...
... and came across Audley's Castle. Just lots of pretty scenery all around.
Once in Belfast we were informed of the rioting and given background on the Orange Men. Along with that came a map of roads we were not to walk down at night. Needless to say we mostly stayed on campus at night.
July 15 - We took a bus tour around the city. They weren't sure if we would be able to see everything in the event that police still had roads blocked off but we were fine. ...
... but within a few hours I soon learned that this was the normal means of communication between locals. What sounded like an argument to me really was just a 'Hi neighbour how’s it going’.
Being a Friday, I thought my first stop would be the newly opened Titanic exhibition to avoid the two hour long queues I had been told to expect on a Saturday. I called a taxi to pick me up, and in the age old taxi tradition the driver wanted to talk to me. Also not a ...