When in Rome, do as the Romans do… when in Belfast, have Guinness and stew. Ireland is world-renowned for its pubs, its Guinness, its simple but delicious food and the legendary craic, a Gaelic word that has no literal translation into English, but which means ‘having fun’ (usually with a few pints of Guinness and a group of friends). Here, we look at 10 of Belfast’s best drinking holes, but be warned… reading this will make you thirsty.
I was glad when my friend Roland moved to Bristol, not because I dislike him, but because it gave me an excuse to visit the city.
Located in the south-west of the country, right on the Bristol Channel, that separates Great Britain from Ireland and the Atlantic Ocean, Bristol is one of the warmest and sunniest cities in England. It is also one of the most desirable places to live, often ranking in the top 5 of the best places to live, work and visit in the UK.
Newcastle, or Newcastle-upon-Tyne to give it its proper name, as that is the name of the famous river that the city stands on the banks of, is a famous old city in the far north-east of England. Previously part of the county of Northumberland, in 1400 it became a county in its own right.
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