Golf Links House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lived up to their friendly reputation. I had a nice conversation on the plane with the lady sitting next to me, who was on her way back from Newcastle with her youngest daughter. She heard I was planning to take the bus into Belfast (the airport is a ways a way from the main city) and offered me a ride into town which I couldn't refuse. On the car ride, her and her daughter gave me advice on what to see in Belfast. We both commented on how few English people I have talked ...
... 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 ...
We have been in Ireland now for 2 days. It has been so lovely catching up with Sams family. Granny and Granda both look so amazingly well. They look as thought they haven't aged a day since we last saw them. Sam's grannies house is the central hub for the Beattie family. All the Beattie's congregate there it has such a lovely social and friendly atmosphere. Yesterday Sams cousins Angela and Jennifer spent the day at grannies and brought there children along Samuel (4), ...
... with the usual Irish twisted take
on urban planning; Belfast’s answer to the tower of Pisa; the town clock
leaning a good four foot to the right with every clock face telling a different
(wrong ) time. The salmon of knowledge by the river, telling the history of
Belfast and a symbol of the salmon that have returned to the river Lagan after
the ship building industry has gone. The more you kiss the fish, the smarter you become. ...
Today would end up being one of the most intriguing and impressive days of my trip here in Ireland. I knew that today would be my only opportunity to get up to Belfast in Northern Ireland before I had to return home the coming Saturday. Initially, a larger group of persons want to go up to Belfast as well, but people started backing out in the last day or so. I knew that there would be a good chance that I would have to do this by myself. Of course, this wouldn't be a problem for ...