A Bit of Belfast

2024, International, Northern Ireland

Shall we say, we didn’t do a great job of thinking this one through? On our last visit to Belfast earlier this month we took a bus tour through the city and to the Titanic Belfast museum. This time we thought we’d take the free shuttle bus from the port into town and then wander the streets of the city on our own. We did manage to visit the St George’s Sunday Market, and do some window shopping in the city centre before walking through the Belfast Spring Continental Market on the city hall grounds but we did all this without a plan, without a map, and without cell service so we spent a fair amount of time feeling lost not to mention feeling overwhelmed by crowds. We need to remind ourselves that it’s great to wander afoot in smaller communities but in cities it’s much better to have a plan as well as at least a map if not gps service.  Sometimes you find the adventure…

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