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... took a bus to the Giant's Causeway. I don't even know how to describe it to you because it was breath-taking. No words can describe how magnificent it was. Right on the coast line and on the cliffs we walked maybe 3 km. the rocks were unlike anything I'd ever seen. I've attacked pictures and I have more on my camera, because I don't know how to describe them. After this long, sweaty walk with an outstanding view, we took another bus ...
... information center and a glance at the impressive city hall building, we quickly made our way to the mall before an afternoon shower rolled in. The rain here is weird. Storms are super isolated and come in as giant clouds, do their thing and then move on leaving blue skies behind. We watched the storm pass from the inside of a giant glass dome. The mall has an area inside it that gives visitors a 360 degree view of Belfast from up high. The stand up in the ...
... venue like Jack and Rose- romantic, but also creepy at the same time!
After a lunch of exciting Chicken McNuggets, I ventured to the City Hall and took photos of the intersting sculptures. I bumped into a firefighter athlete from Hong Kong who recently competed in the world games and posed with me for a photo wearing his medal.
After lunch, We went to the Giants Causeway - a wonder of the world and truly incredible landscape. The hills were a challenge and very ...
... thirteen hour day to explore Belfast, the Titanic Museum, the Antrim Coast and Giant's Causeway. Whew, yes, a large bite that was. But, had to do it!
Belfast is still a bit of a powder keg, though not like it was twenty and thirty years ago. We still saw checkpoints and armoured vehicles. And flags and banners ...
... cider, Guinness, pies and stew were all consumed and gave us the energy for more walking around the city. We popped in and had a look at City Hall, which is a great building set on beautiful grounds...with a big screen set up on its front lawn televising Wimbledon. Day three was my favourite despite the weather. It was certainly not kind to us for the first two thirds of the excursion. We went along the Causeway Coast making a few stops along the way but eventually got to the ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking