Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel
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... in a different pattern from the American ones. The murals and Loyalist displays
on the Protestant side are far less international in political orientation than
those on the Catholic side, mostly in memory of the particularly high number of
Ulster soldiers killed fighting for Britain in World War I and in memory of
Protestants and British soldiers killed in IRA attacks during “the troubles”.
After a little over a month on the road I ...
We visited the museum of Titanic Experience in Belfast. Here, we learned a lot about the history and the construction of the boat. We really liked the part of the last discussion between the captain and the the staffs of the boat, printed on the wall. We think ...
Belfast is beautiful and smallish with lovely people but God the weather sucks. If you know Melbourne weather then you will know what I am talking about. Woke up to beautiful sun then the showers started, then the sun came out and so on and so forth. The wind is bitterly cold and goes straight through you. It even hailed this afternoon.
Today we visited the excellent Titanic Museum. Wow what a place!!!
We arrived at the museum just before 9am, ...
... the most famous pubs in Belfast for a delicious dinner of gammon and headed back to our hotel for an early night, not only because we had to get up early to catch our flight to Kraków but also because we ended up walking over 18km in Belfast that day! EDIT: although many locals will tell you that the troubles are far behind them, an ex-leader of the IRA was shot dead in the street the morning we left. Thankfully we left Belfast early, as it happened only a few streets from our ...
... in the baby carriage, the Scottish giant returned to Scotland and tore up the causeway as he went.
We spent several hours climbing among the rocks and had a blast. There was even a seal swimming just off the rock formation in the cold north Atlantic. So we got to see some wildlife.
Next stop is Glasgow, Scotland then on to Dublin, Ireland.