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 …
Today we spent the day with my old friends of 35 years, the McLaughlin's. Stuart picked us up at the port and we went to his home and had a great lunch with his family, including parents Billy and Betty. We had a wee walk around his property, but didn't have time to cover all 38 acres. Our Stuart is a bit of a land baron, me thinks! The good ...
... at the Visitor Center and got on the bus. Almost immediately after we boarded, the rain started again, but it was light and we were safely on the bus. As we waited for the other visitors to return, we watched a steady stream of classic British cars driving by, mostly Jaguars and MGs. There must have been some car show in the area. When everyone returned, we drove a little bit further west and made a quick stop to view Dunluce Castle from ...
... Ireland. Especially during internment when people could be locked up without charge or trial.
That night we had an amazing dinner at a great local pub, fantastic scallops and calamari!
The following day we took a walking tour around the Belfast City centre and had a fantastic history lesson on 'The Troubles' starting in the 70s and leading to the IRA vs 'The Government'. We learnt so much ...