Burrito Bowl

BFM was hank Marvin so stopped by Peanuts Smokehouse to get a burrito bowl with chicken, pulled pork, rice, beans, salsa, cheese and sour cream.

Great Northern Mall
Europa Station,Great Victoria Street
Belfast

Not bad for £4.95
Need hotter Chillis

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I’m excited about Christmas

The BFM loves Christmas at Castle Court

Castlecourt
Royal Avenue
Belfast
BT1 1DD
028 9023 4591
http://www.castlecourt-uk.com

Castlecourt for me is a great centre, 3000000 sq foot, 1600 car park spaces. It’s a pity the city council turned down planning permission but I digress.

For me Christmas is Castlecourt. Check out the pics I took today. The other point is it is more of a local traditional centre.

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Yucky day,wet, Christmas is coming

I’m sat in the Piano Bar on the first floor having a cuppa and watching everyone getting soaked outside hehe

Great Victoria Street
Belfast
BT2
Northern Ireland
http://www.hastingshotels.com/
+44 28 9027 1066

The Europa is a super hotel. Stayed once,abseiled it, but now chilling. Food is gr8 also

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Made in Belfast

Emma you stuck by Belfast,you stayed,invested and the BFM has the hugest respect for your concept,food and courage.

I’m A great lover of your food especially the locally sourced Irish chicken. I would like to come meet you for ideas, as I feel I have some Belfast recipes up my sleeve for u.

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Great park in Belfast

Leisure
Botanic Gardens
College Park,
Botanic Avenue,
BT7 1LP

Botanic Gardens is home to the Palm House and the Tropical Ravine.

Palm House has a tropical plants, hanging baskets, seasonal plants and some birds of paradise. It is an example of Victirian glasshouses made from curved glass and iron.and is one of the earliest examples of a glasshouse made from curved iron and glass.

The building was designed by Sir Charles Lanyon, who also helped design parts of nearby Queen’s University. The foundation stone was laid in 1839 and the two wings were completed in 1840 by leading ironmaster, Richard Turner. The dome was added in 1852.

The Tropical Ravine contains some of the oldest seed plants around today, as well as banana, cinnamon, bromeliad and orchid plants.

Like the Palm House, it shows how technology allowed gardeners to cultivate unusual species in a greenhouse .

Botanic Gardens was established in 1828 by the Belfast Botanic and Horticultural Society, in response to public interest in horticulture and botany. Originally known as the Belfast Botanic Garden, the site contained exotic tree species and impressive plant collections from the southern hemisphere, many of which can still be seen in the park.

The site was eventually sold to the Belfast Corporation (now the Belfast City Council) and it re-opened as a public park, known as Botanic Gardens, in 1895.

Today, the park is popular with residents, students and tourists and is an important venue for concerts, festivals and other events.

The Tropical Ravine will close from Monday 17 November 2014 for the restoration work to begin on the building.

It’s a great spot in the summer.
I would like to see more things for kids to do.

Most Characteristic Belfast Bar

My favourite bar in Belfast. Has the characteristics and original/restored fixtures and fittings.

Love the booths, advice is get in early, eat drink and b merry. Apparently Belinda Carlisles Grand father was a visitor.

46 Great Victoria Street
Belfast
BT2
Northern Ireland
http://www.crownbar.com
+44 28 9024 3187

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