- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Ens posem en marxa per estar tot el matÝ a Kilhorne Bay Boats, atraccions gloriosos marins i costaners d'Irlanda del Nord. On ens proporcionen l’observaciˇ d’aus, la fauna i realitzar carreres de iots. Quan acabem l’activitat dinarem al jardÝ botÓnic. Visitarem l’edifici Lanyon i l'atracciˇ del TitÓnic Belfast.
... as backup power. After suffering three fires it was eventually decommissioned and it engine was removed to power linen mills nearby. Shipbuilding required wood and properly aged wood at that. Alongside the rivers edge one sees many ancient burned out posts sticking out of the riverbed; some with a question mark on top of them. This was the idea of a modern sculptor, honouring another ancient sculptor who always stated "art is always ...
... guide could talk a lot and explain a lot of the troubled history between Ireland and Northern Ireland, which was really fascinating. Not that it's related, he also said there are over 7000 ruined castles in Ireland. I wrote that fact down in my notes to include in this entry. I'm not sure why. I think the best thing about the guide was his accent though! Every time he pronounced 'northern', it sounded more like 'norschen', and 'potatoes' sounded more like 'budaidas'. It ...
... The Two Pennies. While in Belfast we also toured along the street of political murals that reminded us again of the decades of past troubles. They are painted on walls that divided the Protestant part of the city (pro England) from the catholic (pro Republic of Ireland). The people, for the most part are now living in peace but, there is still a faction that likes to stir things up a wee bit i.e. reports of suspicious looking package showing ...
... were comfy, there were plenty of showers and the kitchen was pretty good too. We made friends with a young, free spirited guy from Mexico named Alejandro (pronounced alley-andro) and a nice, but more serious, guy named Travis who was from the States. We had first noticed Alejandro when he skated past us on his way to the hostel on the mini board that he usually keeps strapped on one side of his backpack with a ukulele strapped to the other. We were ...