Galgorm Resort & Spa
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... to freshen up, and were then picked up by Billy and taken out to meet us in the city. Billy then had Jerry drive us about town, showed us where they built the Titanic, and gave us a bit of an introductory history lesson on The Troubles. We drove past areas where there used to be rioting in the streets, places that were targets of car bombs and violence between the IRA, other paramilitary groups, and the British Army. Billy had our ...
... were still soldiers from Britain there in 2007. The Protestants consider themselves British and the Catholic consider themselves Irish. Melissa was wearing a sweater with the Irish flag and our driver told her it was best if she covered it to be safe. I learned a lot and had no idea it was still ongoing. After the taxi ride he kindly dropped us off at the market which was amazing! There was so much to see and taste and a ...
... where all of the rich and famous people live the houses were amazing huge mansions bigger than anything we have in NZ. Sam told me that is the area where Judges and very successful businessman live. Bangor is further down the coast and has a lovely seaside marina. On the way home we stopped at a huge homeware shop called IKEA. IKEA is one of the biggest modern homeware shops in Europe it is huge! Furniture and homewares are so much more affordable here. Yesterday ...
... island o Ireland. It's 25 meters high and 20 meters long. It's literally just a rope bridge. It was extremely windy also so it swung side to side while we were on it. We had an hour to enjoy the view and take pictures then it was back on the bus for a short ride to the Giants Causeway. This is a place where volcanos erupted many years ago and formed these amazing rock formations. It was about a ...
... Castle is out of town several miles, up on the side of the hill, overlooking a nice residential area. The first castle built on the site was in the late 12th century. It and a replacement castle were destroyed. In 1870 a new extravagant residence was built on the same site, and it became named the Belfast Castle. In the mid 1930’s the castle and the estate was donated to the City of Belfast. Since the ...