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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Early start from Glasgow this morning leaving hotel at 5.15am. Landed Belfast with Easyjet 7.30am and on the go all day. No problems at all with Easyjet!!
Our hire car was not at Belfast International airport but was at Belfast City airport. Whoops no one told us there was two airports in Belfast!! Caught bus into town, dropped bags at …
The Irish are fortunate they get rain and not snow. The number of days that it rains ,snow sure would pile up. When they do get some it pretty well causes a lot of closures for there just is not the infrastructure to deal with snow. Rain they can handle.
Decided to do some wash, and check out some restaurants nearby. Here there are laundry …
... we were not all together. The other man insisted that we be seated first. Very kind. We have seen kind, courteous and happy people everywhere we have been on this trip.
It is so nice to have air conditioning in the room. I have cranked it down to 18 degrees Celsius to cool us off. We won't have air conditioning again until we get to Dublin for the last few nights of the trip.
... rocks to a nearby lighthouse. Given the weather, that was a dangerous thing to do. One of the women slipped on the rocks and fell, landing up to her waist in the extremely cold ocean. She injured her shoulder in the fall and was extremely shaken by the experience.
Although they offered to send her back to the ship by taxi, she refused and continued on the excursion, soaked from the waist down and favouring the ...
... opposite of everything good and welcoming and friendly we had seen so far. We decided to go see some of the historical flashpoints of sectarian difficulties that lead up to the Troubles of the 1990's between Republican Dissidents (Irish Nationalists) and Union Loyalists (British Supporters). It is a very sad state to see such a beautiful country divided by ignorant violence that forces good people to live in fear and children to have to grow ...