BELFAST BUS TOUR October 27th
Today we went on a very fancy bus tour. Our tour guide’s name was Tommy and he knew a lot of facts about Belfast.
First we went down the Lisburn Road past Inst and Queen’s University which was named after Queen Victoria who made Belfast a city in 1888.
Next we past the Albert Clock and the Salmon of Knowledge. This is a legend. After that we went to see Harland and Wolff and the Titanic slipway. We saw how large the Titanic would have been- very huge!!
On our way to Stormont we went past Campbell College and went up the steep Stormont hill. In WW2 the building was covered in tar and manure!
Lastly we saw Crumlin Road Gaol before going to the Peace Wall. We got out and read the comments written on the wall.
We were also late for lunch because our trip was so much fun!