Does this sound like a good plan for Belfast, or will I miss something good?
Day One: I'll be arriving somewhere around 9 or 10 in the morning, completely exhausted from lack of sleep, then will have to get luggage and get myself from the international airport to my hotel (Tara Lodge). After dropping off my luggage I thought I'd take the hop on/hop off bus tour to get familiar with the city, and if I get too tired I can always just hop off, and go back to the hotel.
Day Two: Bicycle tour from 10am to approx 1:30pm, quick lunch, and then spend the rest of the afternoon, into the evening at the Titanic museum and other Titanic points of interest. The museum is open until 7pm, so I'm hoping that five hours is enough to see absolutely everything (museum, dock & pump house, walking tour? SS Nomadic). If five hours isn't enough, I'm thinking of doing something else after the bike tour and spending the entire day three in the Titanic quarter. However, that would mean missing out on...
Day Three: Giants Causeway all day bus tour
Day Four: Fly to Edinburgh. At this point I don't have a flight booked so I can either leave in the morning to maximize my time in Scotland, or leave in the evening to get an extra day in Belfast, if there's anything else good to see.
What do you think? Is trying to cram in the Causeway tour too ambitious? Should I just spend the entire time in Belfast?
How is public transportation in Belfast? Will it be easy for me to get everywhere I want to see without wasting too much time, or should I splurge a little and just take taxis everywhere?