Park Inn by Radisson Belfast
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I will miss the scones with clotted cream if Ireland does not have them. I will also miss the Scottish shortbread. We will not miss the train strikes so here's to hoping they don't come over to Ireland. Last night was a first. The Fire Alarm went off in the middle of the night. I was so dead asleep that Tommy had to guide me. We all went out on the …
... were bombed and seeing the still evident peace walls that divided the areas of most significant violence was a bit unsettling. The conflict that occurred in this city was not that long ago and the physical barriers still are needed and won't be taken down until the various neighbours within the respective zones agree that they should be taken down. There were still some obvious reminders of the conflict (other than the obvious 18 foot walls, fences and large tracts of bombed ...
... grim, the locals seemed friendly and open. Robert hated it, though! On Thursday we did a day Game of Thrones tour around Northern Ireland which included several hikes. The country was amazing and the tour was great for GoT nerds such as myself. I got chosen to play Robb Stark at one point and was crowned the "King in the North!" Friday we drove around through more interesting landscape, including severe fog. We went to ...
... It was just as good at the Guinness Warehouse. It was highly interactive, there were games projected on the floor, lights, colour, sounds, a ride, immersive areas and recreations of different rooms on the ship. We explored pre, during and post Titanic Belfast, what happened in the world post the ship going down and the impact Belfast once had on the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe. As part of the story telling we were introduced to the companies involved, the people who ...
... see one of them that is repairing an oil rig from Brazil.
This afternoon we went on a bus tour along the sea coast and stopped at The Pub on the Pier 36 at Donaghadee, Northern Ireland, for an Irish coffee. The weather was cold and rainy, so our group welcomed the warmth of the pub and the free drink.
I also welcomed the opportunity to use free WIFI while in the pub. Some others, however, elected to walk ...