Park Inn by Radisson Belfast
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... 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 ...
... we headed to my party at buck Whaley's down the road and kathy ran up to the DJ and said to give me an introduction, as my friends were all there for a bit, and the DJ said, "give it up for the birthday boy!! Michael!!", ha and I ran out and probably swung my coat off and did a spin, ha, really classy. The night was alright, not as many of my friends, well, acquaintances, had come out, but my friends that mattered did come and we had a nice time, and Conor gave me some playful ...
... if that means the United Kingdom is recognised as the country (and if so does that mean Northern Ireland is not a country as such), or if Northern Ireland is the country (and if so then what on earth is the United Kingdom?!). It's all a bit confusing. No wonder Scotland wants out (granted I wrote this after the referendum has been run and won, but at the time it seemed that way!) After about two and a half hours we reached Belfast, which while is relatively peaceful ...
... through a city to see much more than a quick drive by car. Took a couple of pictures and then returned the same way , almost , went behind City Hall to walk along a shopping promenade. A Saturday so at least the area had some people, since Sunday stores are closed. Ontario should reconsider that. Wanted to avoid a demonstration in front of City Hall , people with Union Jacks(do not see many any more in ...
... a monument to the resilience of the city in the face of The Troubles. The most bombed hotel in Western Europe, it was targeted 11 times by the IRA starting in the early 1970’s and was refurbished every time. Today it shows no signs of its explosive history.
We then went to the Titanic Belfast. This museum, which opened in March 2012, is dedicated to the story of the famed ship. It is located in the heart of Belfast, right ...