Park Avenue Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Irish staples. After 29 years Annette reconnected with her bridesmaid from wedding number one and we had a lovely evening catching up with all that has happened these past 3 decades. Quite a bit actually! Facebook is pretty cool. Mooing cows were our alarm then off to Belfast for a tour of theTitanic museum. It was good but about 4th or 5th on our life time museum list. Maybe the captain should have slowed down a tad when he first heard about ...
... 1pm. It was even difficult to find a brunch location. Exhibition Coffee however was open and did serve up an amazing coffee. I had been recommended a black cab tour. For 15 quid each we spend the next two hours touring the divided Protestant and Catholic areas. Until this tour there was little sign of unrest in the city apart from some murmurings from the locals. After our bus tour the driver stated for us to tell others that Belfast is a ...
... constant battle it's been between the neighbourhoods. We then went to another pub and had lunch. I had pork loin with potatoes and veggies and it was definitely the best meal I've eaten on the trip so far. So much food! We then headed down to the gardens near the hostel but we were quickly rained out. Had another good night of new friends in the hostel. Met a couple from Edmonton and a girl from bc, so home really doesn't feel so far away. Wednesday ...
... to the 'Dark Hedges' was through more gentle winding and undulating countryside very similar to NZ but included some pretty flash country Irish mansions - or famers homes. Doesn't look like a lack of money in this area. The scenery is pretty much green, rolling farmland with cows, sheep and a few horses. The 'Dark Hedges' was fun, but I understand that they had to do a bit of pruning as the trees are old and branches were falling and a hazard. You can see ...
... which is most famous for being the best place for traditional irish music in Belfast, and there were so many guitarists! I may have counted 6-7, with 1 violinist, maybe 1 accordian player, it was just all string power! And loads of people standing around soaking in the entire place.
oh! I listened to Elton John's song "Belfast" and he says the word 'belfast' in a really funny, low voice, so ...