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... Now that I'm all on my own
I saw you just the other day,
My, how you have grown!
Cast my memory back there, Lord,
Sometimes I'm overcome thinking about
Making love in the green grass behind the stadium with you,
My brown eyed girl' ('Brown Eyed Girl')
4 Bread Street
'When the train whistle blows
All the sadness that Hank Williams knows
And the river flows
Call them pagan streams and it spins and turns
... different pubs before it hit me like a Mack truck that I was hammered. Knowing I had to YET AGAIN get on a bus in the morning, I decided to bow out gracefully. At that point it was only Jenny and Johnny left and they poured me Into a cab bound for Madison's. Once I had feet on the ground, I realized that putting food in my stomach would be more than a good idea. I got a burger and fries across the street and proceeded to eat about 10 percent of them before sleep became more ...
... Brian dropped us off at a lovely pub in downtown Belfast called The Crown - named such because the designer installed a painted crown on the floor of the entrance. The idea being, "a crown to honor her majesty, but the Catholics can still wipe their feet on it." I had a Guinness beef pie and Randy had the Lamb stew. Both with beer, of course, and both excellent. I tried a lager called Carlsberg, which is brewed in Denmark and is huuuuuge in Europe. Was pretty good. The ...
... lived up to their friendly reputation. I had a nice conversation on the plane with the lady sitting next to me, who was on her way back from Newcastle with her youngest daughter. She heard I was planning to take the bus into Belfast (the airport is a ways a way from the main city) and offered me a ride into town which I couldn't refuse. On the car ride, her and her daughter gave me advice on what to see in Belfast. We both commented on how few English people I have talked ...
... how we did not get to go Sunday, made our way to Belfast First Nazarene, which has been renamed Skegoneill Church of the Nazarene, where we served on the mission trip we took 2 years ago. It was unfortunately closed, so we couldn't get inside, but we also made our way down to the church's Hope Store, a second hand goods shop they provide down the street, that offers goods a discounted prices to the local neighborhood. The people we knew were ...