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... at water level and enhancing the 100mm waves that rolled in. Didn't work, but it was worth a giggle. From here we headed down to Belfast via the end of the Coastal Causeway. Spent the night and shared a delicious meal and warm hospitality with Peter and Jenny Watson, and friends.
A couple of days around Belfast, busing and walking. We also managed to ride the Ards Pennisula, which completed the circumnavigation of the island.
... the dome that rises 53 meters above is black and white and leads you to a center staircase that could rival a palaces. The entrance uses 4 different types of marble from Italy and Greece. The tour given is very informative and takes you through several meeting rooms and halls. The Council Chamber is richly designed with warm oak and rich reds. The reception and banquet halls are also paneled in carved oak and have stained glass windows. This was a very interesting tour.
It's Sunday and the rain has started. Thinking that summer was summer I didn’t pack for the rain or cold (rookie’s error I think haha). Thankfully Catherine had foreseen my errors and gifted me a pocket umbrella she once bought in Belgium and a jacket her daughter had long given up on wearing.
They were my two best friends today, as I got soaked exploring the city of Belfast.
For a town with so much history of violence, it is rather beautiful. ...
... what a gem that piece of advice turned out to be. Our private guide, Stevie, who would have been late 40ish and has therefore grown up with "The Troubles' in Northern Ireland, took us around the various "hot spots" including the famous Belfast Political murals, Sinn Fein headquarters and the Shankill Road district where the bombings and riots took place, all the way fascinating ...
... degree view of Belfast from up high. The stand up in the dome is slightly wobbly but we did get some great views. We also mapped out what we wanted to see from our perch.
From the dome we headed to the Albert Memorial Clock. The clock has a noticeable lean to it and is similar in design to Big Ben. The plaque at the bottom said that on the day the Titanic left port, a boy climbed the clock Tower to get a better view.