Entering/exiting taxis, walking up to 1 mile.
In the hotel, the “full Irish” breakfast buffet offers a variety of eggs, bacon, sausages-pork, beef, hot and cold cereals, vegetarian, hash browns, tomatoes, baked beans, mushrooms, fruit, pastries, toast and jams/marmalade, juices, coffees, teas, water.
We will be joined in the hotel by a local expert who will discuss murals as signs of the times and the political transformation of Northern Ireland. After the lecture, we will transfer to Belfast City Hall, where we will explore behind the scenes.
At a local restaurant, lunch includes a main course plus coffee, tea, water; other beverages available for purchase.
It has been said that a city can be defined by its taxi drivers and nowhere is this more true than in Belfast. Via the renowned Black Taxis, we will ride to see the colorful and evocative murals of West Belfast, stopping at some of the most significant to hear further explanations and take photos.
At the Titanic Hotel, located in the former headquarters of Harland & Wolff, we’ll enjoy a candle-lit dinner hosted by a local expert who will deliver a talk on the history of industry in Belfast.
At leisure. Linger over dinner to enjoy the conversation and camaraderie.