A mini bridge attracts many tourists
Hi and welcome to my second post :)
The last weekend on Saturday, I was with a tour bus and my new German friend in Northern Ireland.
First stop was the Belfast Titanic Experience. We had almost 2 hours to discover the museum. The Titanic was built in Belfast between 1909 and 1912 and the museum took us into her history. The highlight was a lift through a part of the museum, which shows how hard the people worked for it.
Second stop was the film location of The Game of Thrones series – the Dun Luce Castle. It wasn’t that special to me because I haven’t seen any of the series.
Then the Giants Causeway. The stones are an amazing natural phenomenon which also means that there are many tourists who want to see them. We therefore took a little walk but when we saw all the people, we decided to come back in winter when there are fewer people.
The last stop was the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. This is also a location of The Game of Thrones series. And it is, like the Giants Causeway, very popular. We only went over the bridge, because the price was included in our bus ticket. But when we saw the amazing view from the island the endless waiting to go over the bridge was worth it.
Then it was time to start our way back home. Unfortunately, in our bus was a group of Italian students and it is a well-known fact that Italian people never get tired. So, it was a loud and funny homeward journey.
If someone is interested in doing a bus tour to Northern Ireland, I just can suggest it. The tour is guided and our guide Tim told us many things about Northern Ireland, the people, their customs and traditions.
Greetings from dublin, Céline