Park Inn by Radisson Belfast
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We left Derry early this morning to drive the Antrim Coast to get to the Giant’s Causeway. The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s truly spectacular! It’s a geological wonder with over 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. The Giant’s Causeway is the result of …
... of a look from time to time. Really could have stayed here for a couple of days. Would have thrashed the budget but what was remembered would have been worth it. Continued to the Giants Causeway. Especially after a massive breakfast, thank heavens for a bus to take you from the geological anomaly that is the causeway. Cool to visit, and would like to return in stormy weather. We tried to take a photo of the Atlantic crashing in, by putting the ...
It's Sunday and the rain has started. Thinking that summer was summer I didn’t pack for the rain or cold (rookie’s error I think haha). Thankfully Catherine had foreseen my errors and gifted me a pocket umbrella she once bought in Belgium and a jacket her daughter had long given up on wearing.
They were my two best friends today, as I got soaked exploring the city of Belfast.
For a town with so much history of violence, it is rather beautiful. ...
... We said 18 - he replied no they are 14 I will sell you a family ticket, so we now have 14 year old twins - omg teenage years all over again !!
First stop on our tour titanic museum, an interactive push button type place with yorvik type rides and all surround cinemas.
Even Donna who does not do museums said it was great. We spent a good couple of hours here.
After a bite to eat in the Titanic cafe we ran like ...
Once I'd finished seeing the old gaol, I arranged to take one of Belfast's (in)famous Black Taxi Tours. These tours are run by little groups of cabbies, and it really is a tour of West Belfast given by a cabbie who lives in the area, off the meter. It was an amazing experience, to be driven around West Belfast by someone who's spent his whole life there, hearing firsthand about the Troubles. I learned so much more in an afternoon than I'd ...