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Travel Blogs from Belfast
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It was a very short time in Belfast (and in Dublin), but it was successful in that I would definitely make an effort to return for a longer time in the very near future.
But it was off to bed with me after a few more steps (27,000 total for the day) as I had to catch an 8:30am flight to Edinburgh and the Douglas clan gathering. More on that in the subsequent entries.
... rally and come through so well. I was happy and very proud of them. The boys were then accosted by all the girls from the school - many “selfies” were taken and several posts/pictures on instagram/twitter popped up with our “boys”. While I was helping the boys pack up their instruments - it sounded like the Beatles were present……hahaha They boys loved all the attention. I think Cale was the “big winner” with ...
... goes because we are descending already. We pick up our hire car and get Google maps ready and off we go again. After a few wrong turns due to me not listening to our female helper on Google and her taking us to the back of the building, 'you have reached your destination' 'WHERE, we can't see it', we finally make it. On entry to the hotel the staff are beaming with smiles and are just so helpful, taking our luggage, dealing with the car, giving us a quick ...
Today is my last day in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Tomorrow, my family and I are traveling to Ardara, Ireland by train. From there, we will board a ship that will take us on our voyage to America. I will miss Belfast. It is an industrial ...
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"Not a writer with a drinking problem; a drinker with a writing problem"
Catholic area / Irish flags
Margaret Thatcher known as Iron Lady - 'Rust in Peace'
Political wall paintings
Security gates - no man's land
Other side is the Union Jack
Violence here in the 70's
Peace Wall - visitors write sayings on it
Dali Lama, Bill Clinton have left their words on the ...