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... down the roads and saw the famous Wall Murals from both sides of the conflict.
We then went to the Belfast Titanic Museum. We spent a couple of hours exploring and learning about how the Titanic was built and of course how it sank. They have incredible footage of how she lays at the bottom of the ocean and what she looks like today.
... funny lady guide, Lisa, who had us laughing out loud the self- deprecating Irish humour. The mode changed as we passed the prison where the 'terrorists' (her word) were incarcerated, and then the bus then turned into the areas of conflict, Falls Rd, Shannon Rd, Shankill. Somehow she was able to communicate so well from the perspective of a person who grew up with 38 years of this conflict going on. I'm sure
... I couldn't believe the extents that this city has gone to to make everything separate. There is still so much tension in the city and violence that occurs because of it. There is a large peace wall that separates the two in the middle of the city, which everyone signs. Famous people including Bill Clinton, Rihanna, and even Justin Bieber have signed this wall, and they gave us the opportunity to add our names to it as well!
... we ate at Plum and Spilt Milk for our last meal in London. We had roast lamb and more of their butter mashed potatoes.
Thursday morning we were picked up by Silver Fleet and transported to our Oceania ship Insignia. Aster one day at sea we are in Belfast with Dublin and Cork to follow in the next two days. Then its the crossing to St John's NFL. More later on that.
When we go into Belfast I hope to find a pub or coffee shop with WIFI.
All the bestChuck
... flight was only about 1.5 hours.
From the Belfast airport, we got a map, took a bus to the city center, then walked a few minutes to the hotel. There, were some of the friendliest front desk people I have ever met. The remainder of the night we just walked around the city, seeing main shopping areas, walking along the pier, small streets that were home to cozy ...