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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 …
... felt surprisingly good, a full Irish breakfast certainly helped with that also. First up today was a special event, Fergus actually works on GOT and designs a majority of the armoury that is seen and used by the main characters including all the swords. That being the case he had been granted permission for us to take a special behind the scenes look around his workshop and the sets which are actually housed in the old ship yards where the Titanic was built. The sets ...
... its own side of the peace wall. Remarkable show of loyalty for both sides of the conflict to this day.
Our local guide Dee, took us through the political murals, peace wall- where i wrote a small note to the local people, The opear house where Pavorotti made his UK debut singing Madam Butterfly, and the Europa Hotel - most bombed hotel in Europe - 20 times by the IRA and oddly enough, the hotel of choice for president Clinton.
The tour of Belfast also took us to the ...
... IRA prisoners made daring escapes from the prison. The prison evokes feelings of sadness, sympathy and outrage about the conditions, especially knowing that although many housed there were dangerous criminals, many were there because of poverty and unfortunate circumstance and still subjected to inhumane and brutal conditions. Following the tour we caught the bus back to our B&B to show our accom to Britt, Jason and Brandy. Adrien was home from work when we ...
Our afternoon was then spent meandering through the town and eating a nice pub meal. Yum!
Our second day in Belfast started with the very famous Paddy Campbell's black cab tours. After our education in Derry we were very interested to hear more about the troubles. It was a brilliant trip and we learned so much, Paddy was fantastic and presented both sides of the argument as if he was on both sides. It is a game of his to get people to guess which side he is ...