This was a tremendous tour, showing another side to Belfast. We covered areas I would not have known about otherwise, including the Entries and bit more in-depth history of Belfast prior to the 1900s. I'd say this was also one for the music lovers -- among the alternative sites we saw were the site of the Harp Bar, the pub where Snow Patrol performed their first gig, an astonishing mural of Van Morrison and other Northern Irish greats hidden down one of the Entries, the recording studio where The Undertones recorded Teenage Kicks, and of course, Good Vibrations record store itself. All this in one of the most entertaining hours of my life. Anyone with an interest in Belfast outside the usual Titanic and Troubles bus routes should do this tour.
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