Ibis Belfast Queens Quarter
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Needed to print my airline e ticket. Desk staff helpful to get it printd at service desk, since public computer did not have a printer. Most appreciated. Heres an e beer for the effort, since not able to have one while working.
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... we had some really good chats!
We crashed on the boat together, and then took the bus all the way to Belfast!
The journey was so quick because I spent it with such a good friend! Friends can be made so quickly when you want them to!
I got picked up by my couchsurfer (well, friend of ...
... took a nice picture of the whole group. Also according to what he said, it is a custom to not to leave the room before someone sings a song from its country. Suddenly, everyone started pointing at me and he insisted as well. So, after a deep breath I ended up singing a couple of verses of the Dutch National Anthem, ‘Wilhelmus van Nassouwe’. He was impressed and gave me a handshake after that, and I was proud ...
... the way to their apartment we saw like 6 men in kilts haha so we were excited! We utilised the fact that they had a washing machine and started washing for the third time of our trip so far we were getting excited to have clean clothes. We caught up on what they had been up to n their holiday and showed them some of ours. We then headed out for lunch was possibly the best meal we have had in a while and dad showed us around a bit to ...
The next day we went to the Titanic Experience in Belfast. This is where the Titanic was built and where it last stood on dry land. There were a whole lot of different galleries which gave you a history of everything, including how it was built, passengers on board, what the rooms were
like inside and the company who built it. It also had voice commentary from some of the survivors. It was amazing to see! One of ...
... to know of the plot to kill her uncle; an inquest was announced to look at the possibility of criminal charges against the soldiers who killed innocent teenagers in Derry on Bloody Sunday (1972). Also, of positive note, the police force (which had only had 3% Catholic officers) now has about 35% of Catholic police officers. Learning of this and feeling like the media I read and listen to have ignored the realities of the ongoing ...