Strangford Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... outside of Guinness. This tour proves to be very informative, I must say at this point I have been a fan of these open topped buses as a great starting point in each city to help plan your stay and places to visit. Even in the chilly UK, it's worth braving the weather to get a great view and some good snaps. Well that is until this one, little did I understand when I was pushing others out of the way to get the plush upstairs open topped seats, that ...
... the Troubles that I would not have got otherwise, and starkly demonstrated that the legacy of the conflict lives on to this day. Let us hope that like the Berlin Wall before it, the so called "peace wall" will meet its end sometime soon, and that Catholics and Protestants will continue to live together peacefully.
Tomorrow - another exciting day of travel adventures as I take a tour, visiting several castles on my way to the Giant's Causeway.
... je voudrais visiter Rwanda.
Je vais être prof d’Anglais dans un lycée. Oui, c’est très passionnant mais depuis le cours de l’entrainement j’ai peur. Là j’ai rencontré les autre Thaï volontaires. C’était une semaine très amusante avec beaucoup d’exposés sur l’année, sur Thaïlande et sur l’enseignement.
Au cours de l’année dernière j’ai collectionné l’argent (£5400). Et je voudrais ...
... see why the wall hasn't come down. A lot of the fighting is now done in the political houses but they still say "if your catholic and you've got a Protestant mate and you wanna go for a beer you meet in the city centre or 'safe zone' and vice versa. Overall we had a fab time! Ireland was full of Fantatsic scenery, friendly people, good food, funny languages (sometimes to the point of not been able to understand) and great history. There whiskey wasn't too bad ...
... of all the Catholic victims, killed by both side's terrorist groups (such as the IRA and the UVF-Ulster Volunteer Force). It's no wonder people can't move past the troubles when pictures of their loved ones are plastered on a wall in their neighbourhood.
The Catholic side has very little graffiti left, as in an effort to move past it they have painted over it, unlike the Protestant side where they still feel that the troubles will return and that they will have to fight ...