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... Margaret Brown from Denver. The building and displays were well done, and easy to walk through.
After finishing my tour, I walked back to the ship docked across the river. I had to walk in the opposite direction (south) toward the bridge to get to the other side of River Lagan and the pier.
Here's the record of what I saw ...
... wrong direction, to the wrong hotel because of the wrong communications!!! His accent was so strong even Kev couldn't understand him. He was about 20yrs and full of Q's. He was gorgeous, but couldn't find our hotel! Suddenly I said "there it is" - he'd turned the meter off by now, - and he said "well .... I've driven past here a million times and never seen this place!" Couple of G & T,s, clean the teeth and we were in bed by 11pm - ...
... this lovely red look.Many older buildings in this tidy city are brick.
I came back to the ship before lunch and went off to the Ards Peninsula,bright ,cheerful Irish guide,and not a full bus, we drove off with a darkening sky, still warm,went to see Parliament Buildings, set on the hill ,with the lovely drive up ,of over a mile, stunning at Stormont. By time we reached Grey Abbey, it was raining, I have carried the umbrella lots of places,just in ...
... from me. Hahaha. The return back to the bus was not so happy go lucky. Let's just say that Erik Menegay would be shaking his head in shame. The walk is very much uphill and strenuous and by the time we were done I thought my legs would give out. I was panting like dog on a hot day and my face was red as a tomato. Good lord it's hard work being chubby!! After we got back and chatted a little more with our PW friends, AJ took myself and a couple peeps down to an area ...
... namedFinn MacCool, whose most fearsome enemies were the Scottish giants.
Finn was so angry, and determined to get at them, that he built a whole
causeway from Ulster across the sea to Scotland. He built it of unusual
he shouted a challenge to the Scottish giant Benandonner, The Red Man,
to cross the causeway and fight him. But as soon as he saw the Scot
getting closer and closer on ...