Number 11 Townhouse
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... t find one, but with some help managed to find one where we could visit the following morning. Visited the Dunlop Memorials in Ballymoney, and spent the night at the most luxurious B&B we have seen. Then up early in the morning to travel to Port Balentrie in a pea soup fog about 15 miles away to catch the game over breakfast. Beautiful hotel, breakfast, bar, selection, and a huge TV all to ourselves, although a few breakfast dinners popped over for ...
... br> Then onto Belfast we we have the hugest apartment for just the two of us plus the dog.
What are we seeing in Belfast - the washer, dryer pjs and slobbering - neither of us can be bothered to go and see the city this evening - terrible.
we will head to the Shankhill Road area tomorrow before going to the Titanic Quarter for a mooch around before Dublin calls...... xx
We all popped into Carrolls an Irish tourist gift shop immediately Matthew had a problem , he touched a giant teddy dressed as an Irish leprechaun and then could not get it to sit up again !! Is he always like this ?
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It's official we are now a family and we have 14 year old twins...!!!!
We have purchased tickets for the Belfast hop on hop off bus and the guide asked us the ages of ...
... to keep out. Flags identifying the Protestant areas, there is still tension on the streets with violence still occurring. Gates are shut between 7pm and 7am to keep vehicles out of the area. In one area the gates are closed Friday evening until Monday morning. So the troubles are still there. Thanks to my darling husband for taking me to this very safe place (I say sarcastically). Happy to get out of this ...
... the 'crappest coffee in the Falls', I walked up to Crumlin Road Gaol. The front desk guy at the hotel was insistent that it was one of the best museums in Belfast. He was right, it was a remarkably well preserved old English Pentonville-style prison. Probably so well preserved because they only stopped using it in the 90s! Astonishing they'd been allowed to use it for that long -- it was built in the mid-1800s and not really renovated much after that. ...