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Travel Blogs from Belfast
... a short ways to the highlight of the tour, The Giant’s
Causeway. Matthew dropped us off and would pick us back up near the
restaurant. Strangely, it is free to visit the Giant’s Causeway, but
there is a fee for parking and to enter the visitor center. We started
walking along the Blue Trail and soon made it to the causeway. By the
time we got here, the rain had stopped, although the basalt rocks were
very wet ...
... On completion of the tour which ended back at the square we needed to find our way back to our accommodation. I was still coming to terms with all that I had seen and was processing my feelings when we came across a lovely little pub called Brennan's so we ventured in to have a wee drop and a wee bite.
Once fed and watered we were happy to head back to our accommodation which was just around the corner ready for a new day ...
... 8217;s dockyard and (more briefly), the fitting out of the ship, the maiden voyage and sinking, the aftermath and then the rediscovery of the ship.
To be honest it was a bit of a disappointment for both of us. We had already seen a lot of amazing Titanic stuff in Liverpool. There just wasn’t enough 'new’ stuff and most amazingly of all no relics at all. Maybe the latter was/is a conscious decision but if that is the case it’s not ...
... them to open up the hold. The people who owned the car two in front of us took forever to get back so we were still sitting there after the door had been opened.
Once we got off the ferry, we headed to the hotel which was only a 10 minute drive from the port. It is actually on the other side of the docks area. We’re staying at another Premier Inn, in the Titanic Quarter. In that area is the new state-of-the-art attraction, Titanic Belfast and just up ...
... crazy! Us seven girls sat there and chatted a bit after figuring out that the man making our cafe' (coffee) was asking us if it was for "stay or take away". Its amazing how fast they can talk and how hard it can be to understand them even though they are speaking the same language. Different variants of English I guess. While at Starbucks, each of us met the man of our dreams. He may remain nameless and he was approximately three years old. :) Cutest little ...