Marine Court Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... gym franchise.
We ended the day with a lovely meal at the Royal Ulster Yacht Club, which sits high on a headland, overlooking Belfast Loch. My parents are members there, and it is a place with a proud sailing history. The board showing the names of rear-commodores has Sir Thomas Lipton several times, as he based his original America's Cup challenges from here, and in between, there is a certain H. Brown, who was ...
... with the Battle of the Bogside. The Civil Rights movement had also been very active in the city. In the early 70's the city was heavily militarised and there was widespread civil unrest. Several districts in the city constructed barricades to control access and prevent the forces of the state from entering.
Belfast is a very different city and I was not all that comfortable there strangely enough. There has been so much trouble over the years and as ...
Caught the bus into town from the hotel and found the local sight seeing bus, we asked the driver if the tour would start soon and "ah yes not be long now" about 20mins later we left that bus stop and drove around the corner to another one, where ...
... was very tasty! :)
The Red Arrows were doing a fly-past in each of the 4 capital cities of the UK to mark the start of the Olympic Games, so Mummy & I got the bus into town and met up with Daddy & Auntie Karen in the grounds of City Hall.
It was my first time seeing the Red Arrows & Mummy was afraid the noise might scare me a bit ...
... a twenty euro note into her hand in the pretence of shaking it. As our eyes met I felt at one with this brave woman, we would ALL do whatever it took (wouldn’t we?) to support our family regardless of the situation, that’s just what family does!
We made a group decision to enjoy a group lunch after the museum visiting a gorgeous Irish Pub selected by Mr Tour Guide aptly named the Belfast Inn. We took our seats around small tables, ordered a drink ...