20 Surprising Sights in Northern Ireland

Belfast Bap

After a night of partying in the Cathedral District, seek out a Belfast Bap for the perfect hangover cure. The boulder sized roll is stuffed with Irish sausage, Irish Bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, a fried egg, melted cheese, and a slice of heaven.

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James Kennedy NI / Shutterstock.com

St George’s Market

Eat your Belfast Bap while taking in the sights, sounds, and flavors of St George’s Market. St George’s Market has been open since 1604. The current structure was built in 1890 and hosts a public market on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

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James Kennedy NI / Shutterstock.com

Craft Beer

Yes, craft beer is worth exploring even in the land of Guinness and whiskey. Belfast celebrated its first craft beer festival this year with the promise of more to come. For a glimpse at what’s going with Northern Ireland’s craft beer scene, check out The Vineyard.

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Extravagant Hotel Pools You Need to See

For a lot of us, the pool is the holiday and the holiday is the pool. The success or failure of a getaway in the sun is determined by just how good the pool is. Knowing this, many hotels have some truly absurd swimming pools. Absurd for their grandeur and extravagance, these pools alone would make an unforgettable holiday.

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Depending on what kind of relaxation you are looking for, a wellness retreat can offer an extraordinary vacay away from daily distractions of life, while enjoying incredible cuisine, along with fun activities to keep your body moving. Whether you love the idea of some hiking, yoga, meditation, or massages, there are a variety of wellness retreats all across the globe that help you relax, find your inner self, and feel rejuvenated.

Mini Guide to Russia

Russia is the largest country in the world and has a population of nearly 150 million, though around 77 percent live in the western part of the country. It’s best known for being the first constitutionally socialist state and its role in World War II and the ensuing Cold War. The country has also many technological accomplishments, including sending the first human to space. Nowadays, it’s the world’s 12th largest economy by GDP, the biggest producers of natural gas and oil, and also a permanent member of the UN Council.