Premier Inn Carrickfergus
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... for special task 4 - another mental challenge. Fact gathering was the name of the game for this one and we scurried about reading historical info from posters and plaques. There were lots of familiar faces from previous races spotted in these tight quarters, everyone offering words of encouragement and suggestions as to where the elusive flag room might be! At one point some helpful tourists even offered an answer to one of the ...
... to skip out on going to see some of the Peace Walls around the city. Next time we're back, we'll make sure to take those in.
While I couldn't see myself living in Belfast, it's a city with a story and they take great pride in all their accomplishments.
We headed back to Larne to clean up the house, pack up and try to get some sleep as we'd be on the road back to Belfast City Airport at 5am.
Take care Northern Ireland, it's been fun!
... as Stuart and I have a movie date planned. It is going to be nice to just do something normal. One funny thing I did this evening which shows my travel tiredness - I went downstairs to use the Internet and took the key to our room, upon my return I found the key wasn't working, I was standing there for ages trying and knocking for Stuart - I even got someone on tour to help me, all of a sudden Stuart opens the door to the hotel room next door... I raced inside! Whoops rookie ...
... the original mistake of entering the bridge with a group of kids. What with bouncing and swaying, I had my "issues" with heights reaffirmed. Once on the island, we took the obligatory photographs, calmed the nerves and recrossed. A helpful young woman offered to film Ches and I recrossing the bridge. We now have 2 seconds of us and 30 seconds of vertigo inducing footage of rocks and ropes. I have no idea of what she thought she was filming.
... to open it. Of course we had to go see it. On the back of the wardrobe, is a small lion head...Aslan! Speaking, of libraries, we also went into Belfast's oldest one called The Linen Library. It used to be a linen factory, and was changed to a library. Some pretty old books there. City Hall was quite the sight too. It was built back in the beginning of the 20th century when Belfast was at it's industrial might, and the city was prospering. We ...