Ramada Encore Belfast
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... at water level and enhancing the 100mm waves that rolled in. Didn't work, but it was worth a giggle. From here we headed down to Belfast via the end of the Coastal Causeway. Spent the night and shared a delicious meal and warm hospitality with Peter and Jenny Watson, and friends.
A couple of days around Belfast, busing and walking. We also managed to ride the Ards Pennisula, which completed the circumnavigation of the island.
... European buildings stand tall in the city centre, there are alleyways leading you around, tree lined streets and funky pubs and cafes jumping out everywhere.
Not everywhere is like this though. There are areas that are run down, full streets, which are closed, and windows broken. The areas near the peacewall are still rebuilding a solid foundation, but all is healing and the creatives have taken over!
Belfast City Hall is the centre of main town and today they ...
... possible. Growing up, I'd only ever gotten the BBC/ITV version of the stories, so it was fascinating to hear it from the other side, from someone who was there.
My whole time in Belfast was such an eye-opener. I learned an incredible amount about Northern Ireland, and the issues that remain to this day. I also found a city that's taken such a beating, but which is so optimistic about the future. It's a great place, and one of the most welcoming places I've been.
... writing blog entries, and enjoyng some time to just relax. Later in the afternoon I met a friend of a friend for coffee, and got some tips on things to do in the city while having good conversation. Afterwards, I decided I would head back, relax and go to sleep early. I denied a few invites to go out, and used my better judgement to get a good night of rest and feel refreshed the next day.
I slept in a bit, got up and had breakfast, ...
... Irish...much more than in Dublin. The cliffs are astounding, some 220 meters above the sea and when its clear its a mindblowing view. I've posted a few pics. On the way back we stopped at a few castles, ruins as well as an ancient burial site which was carbon dated to more than 5,000 years ago!. We arrived in Galway City, which has a lot of pubs but we didn't like the place. It was the only place ...