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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... well. They also did a lot with poetry assignments in class, so I learnt some nice lesson ideas on poetry and got some valuable resources from my coach to use with my own classes in The Netherlands. We looked at poems such us: The Sea by james Reevers, Demeter by Carol and Duffy, Winter Day’s by Gareth Owen, A child half asleep by Tony Connor. The had to underline all the elements you can find in poetry like: rhythm, assimilations, ...
... We raced back to Romy's and cooked a speedy meal before meeting up with Niamh, Michelle and Lisa and a horde of dressed-up kids to go Trick or Treating. It was a bit intimidating for households to open the door to a flash-mob of children demanding sweets. The kids collected a bucket-load of sweets and we stopped briefly at someone's house to assess the booty, before heading back to Romy’s to ...
... to skip out on going to see some of the Peace Walls around the city. Next time we're back, we'll make sure to take those in.
While I couldn't see myself living in Belfast, it's a city with a story and they take great pride in all their accomplishments.
We headed back to Larne to clean up the house, pack up and try to get some sleep as we'd be on the road back to Belfast City Airport at 5am.
Take care Northern Ireland, it's been fun!
... distillery with our spare time? Scotland is not short of a scotch whiskey distillery so you can choose from quite a few to visit. We visited the Glengoyne distillery, it can be found here: http://www.glengoyne.com - this is in a picture post card location and the tours are genuinely quite interesting. We had a lovely woman who took us through the process and even gave us a sample of their 12 year old scotch. They treasure their scotch so much that it takes them 6 years ...
... that was not friendly and seemed to be about gouging the tourists. We had to wait here to catch the City Link bus back to Dublin...I don't recommend using a bathroom in a bus station...you had to drop a 20 pence coin to get thru the turnstile. No tp in any stall, then try to figure out to get out. Ask me how pi**ed off I was to have to crawl out under the one way stile...not my crowning moment.