Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre
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... rocks to a nearby lighthouse. Given the weather, that was a dangerous thing to do. One of the women slipped on the rocks and fell, landing up to her waist in the extremely cold ocean. She injured her shoulder in the fall and was extremely shaken by the experience.
Although they offered to send her back to the ship by taxi, she refused and continued on the excursion, soaked from the waist down and favouring the ...
In the evening, we went for a bite and had a couple of drinks in the famous Temple Bar. It’s amazing to see all the souvenir stores open until late, and all the street musicians playing beautiful songs. The Irish girls will step by to have a listen and dance around them or will give them a tip to play their favorite song. We also went into the wax museum and the Christ Church Cathedral. The ...
... The Causeway itself was incredible, a mount of hexagonal shaped stones all fitting together like a giant jigsaw puzzle. People clamoured over the rocks and made it impossible for me to get the people free picture that I was hoping for. Again with hindsight I can say that wearing knee high boots was not the smartest footwear for navigating slippery large rocks.
With the Causeway visit complete all that was left for the day was a four hour journey back to Belfast ...
Woke at 0530, got ready and headed down to the street for the cab we ordered...which wasn't there. Started walking in the direction we needed to go, hoping to get a cab to our tour. It worked out and we got there in plenty of time. Headed up to Northern Ireland. Through Belfast, with the guide pointing out historical sites on the way. Saw St Patrick's church, ...
... and so on. There were numerous agreements to cease fire which were then broken. Over 3000 people were killed. In 1998 (with some help from then President Clinton), the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement was reached.
I assumed all was right with Northern Ireland.
Not so. A "peace wall" consisting of corrugated metal, chain link fencing, and barbed wire still remains. Public schools are still segregated and religion ...