Park Inn by Radisson Belfast
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Belfast turned out to be a great city. Me and Alex went over with a good group of friends for their birthday's. The city itself is the same as any other western city but we came over for the nightlife, which didn't disappoint.
During the day we did things like the botanical gardens, the museum and a bit of sight-seeing in the centre, but all …
Rathlin is the only inhabited offshore island of Northern Ireland, with a rising population of just over 100 people. Adam, Donnach and I went over to visit on the Ferry, just made it without getting sea sick! The weather was kind to us and we had a great day, unfortunately didn't get to see the puffins as they had all flown the coup and the bird sanctuary was closed. The reverse L-shaped island is 6kms from east to west, and 4kms from north to south. ...
... it is pretty dam good! Different to our NZ reds. Yesterday Sam and I joined the local gym. My goodness I've never seen anything like it - it is amazing! Puts our gyms in NZ to shame. I ran on a treadmill for 75 minutes managed to do 10 miles which is approx 16km. The treadmills are state of the art! They are the latest technology which I have only read about in my runners world magazine, you feel as though you are running in space there is no pressure on your joints. Some ...
... not shake the bridge hahaha
After the bridge walk we got back on the bus and went to the Giant's Causeway. I had seen loads of pics online and in books of the Giant's Causeway and have to say it didn't disappoint when I got to see it in person. The mountains surrounding the coastline were huge and amazing. I got a sore neck from just looking up at them haha There were loads of tourists around walking all over these hexagonal pillars and ...
... sets off on time and the crossing is smooth. There are not many people in the lounge and we suspect this is more of a truckers ferry hence the cheap foot passenger tickets. The crossing is smooth, you can hardly tell we are moving and there is free wifi and free coffee refills. I am pretty impressed. Unfortunately it is raining when we arrive and it doesn't look set to change any time soon. We catch our bus from the port into town and head ...
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