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Just back from - a day trip to Belfast

Strictly speaking, I’m not “just back” from this one, but having recently visited Budapest for the day, I realised that some of my earlier days out by plane haven’t yet made it to the blog, so watch out for Berlin hot on the heels of this one. 766 more words

Europe

Adventure Time: Things to Do in Belfast for Kids

The exciting portside capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is steadily making itself known as one of the top cities to visit in the UK. As well as a buzzing cultural scene and awe-inspiring natural scenery, there’s also plenty things to do in Belfast for kids. 382 more words

Ireland

isle'ove belfast

Where were you when you found out that the UK was leaving the EU? As I think back to the work trip I took to Northern Ireland at the end of June, I can’t help but remember it in the light of the referendum as I was there for both the day of the vote and the day of the result. 1,540 more words

Belfast

Titanic Belfast crowned as Europe's leading attraction!

When I bring Shamrock and Peach guests to see the Belfast Titanic Center the response is always one of unexpected emotion and reverence. The center tells the story of the great and famous Titanic liner that sank in 1912 on her maiden voyage, and in so doing literally became a world icon. 217 more words

She Was Fine When She Left Here | Geocaching in Belfast's Titanic Quarter

Titanic Belfast recently scooped the gong for Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the World Travel Awards, beating off competition from ever popular hot spots including the Eiffel Tower in Paris and La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. 763 more words

Geocaching

SS Nomadic

SS Nomadic, the last remaining White Star Line ship, sits in the dry dock facing the Titanic Belfast building. The entry ticket to the Titanic exhibition allowed us to visit the vessel, so we went to have a look. 362 more words

Travel

A Titanic Experience

Belfast has a proud history of shipbuilding, alas, like heavy industry elsewhere in the UK, no longer the major force and employer it once used to be. 681 more words

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