Galgorm Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Gardens - a nice little park right on the campus of Queen's University. My hotel is in a great location with lots of shops and pubs on the doorstep. Imagine that - university part of town AND pubs.....somehow I do see a connection!!!
I then walked to a place in the city that I have been pretty excited about seeing....Titanic Quarter. The shipyard where the great ship ...
... was quite interested in talking about that with us. We had the whole day to get to our evenings destination of Hotel Templepatrick near the Belfast International Airport 2-21/2 hrs away so decided to head toward the coast via Sally Gap. Sally Gap is the other of the two east/west passes found in the area (the other is the Wicklow Gap). Sally Gap got its road after the Irish rebellion of 1798, built by British Army forces looking to flush ...
... it, there was none of that and we ended up at the airport 4 hours before our flight! The first leg of our journey was our flight from Melbourne to Abu Dhabi. Knowing that you're going to be on an aeroplane for 14 hours kind of dampens the excitement but we made some really good friends on the way. Their names iwere Temazepan and Circadin and they helped us get about 6 hours sleep! Despite ...
... or two U turns and got right back to where we wanted to be. It's the feeling of challenge and success that drives us to travel, explore new territory and be immersed in new ways of looking at things - so healthy!!! away from the minutia of the mundane and negative energy we get hooked into - so very refreshing.
Roger at the B and B greeted us warmly even tho' we were 2 hours early. LOVED his ...
... the river to the Titanic Quarter and the new Titanic Museum. I had been told by the lady I met at breakfast in Derry/Londonderry and from my B&B host here in Belfast that the museum was worth seeing just so I could say I've been, but they both thought it was overpriced. And I have to say I agree with them. I spent 2 hours exploring the museum, mostly because I wanted to get my money's worth. But I definitely didn't need ...