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... exhibition is a combo of educational historical museum telling you about the times in Belfast, what industries predated the shipyard and how things evolved to a massive shipyard able to construct ships like the Titanic and her sister ships. The other part of the education is pure Disney where you ride an aerial tram showing you parts of the ship building process as if you were there. It is altogether well done and ...
... up answer. Add 15€ for the round, 5€ for tees & trolley rental and 0€ for a dozen used balls. Scorecard in hand, we managed to find the first tee and we're delighted when we were joined by Allen who lives just a few miles away. The Toms were interested in golf, of course, but were equally interested in meeting some locals so Allen was a very welcome addition. And as you might imagine, he was full of Irish stories and wit. Neither Tom ...
... crepes, the kids retired for an evening of screens while the adults continued their card playing ways. Around 10 the screens went off and the kids joyfully all gathered in the Sego's bunk room for a sleep over while the grow ups continued playing cards in the main room warmed by the fire in the Franklin stove. If it's gonna rain, it's nice to have a cozy place to be inside while it does ...
... because Saturday was the Big Ireland Vs Wales Rugby Match for the 6 nations, and my Lord did Louise scream her head off!!! Jumping up out of her chair: “Go Ireland!!! Come on, Ladddds!!! I’m sorry for yelling into your ear, Michael, but… COME ON LADS!!!”. It was a mighty game, Wales started strong and we truly tried to regain the ‘try’ or like ‘a touch down’, if you will, and there were plenty of times we were sooo close to pushig ...
... and St. Nicholas Collegiate Church, this one from the 14th century. But then we had that moment that you know you've had if you've ever toured Europe for any amount of time. The moment when you realize you are not going to take any more pictures of any more buildings. And the views that blew you away a week ago have become slightly the norm for you. So what did we do? We went shopping!!! Mainly because by losing a pair of jeans to a tear on day two, I was in ...