Aisling House

7 Taunton Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT15 4AD, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7 Taunton Avenue, Belfast, is near Belfast City Tours (Black Taxi Tours), Belfast Castle, Cathedral Quarter, and Cave Hill Country Park.
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First Time in Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 25, 2014

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We drove back to Glasgow to return the car and make the 2:00 flight and saw a petrol station on the road before we got to the car hire return location so we could return it full. It has been a great rental car--just the right size. Other than that thing with the tires, we did really well. The woman attendant at Avis looked over the car thoroughly when we brought it in. We passed--no ...

The Giant's Causeway & Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 08, 2014

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... we were stopped, I got some pictures of some cows grazing next to the gas station. Then we continued on heading north, driving through Belfast and then getting on A2, the coastal road. This portion of the drive was incredibly scenic as we drove along the Northern Ireland coast, with the islands of Scotland just barely visible on the horizon. We drove through the town of Larne, where we saw a big crown in the center of a roundabout. This 8-m tall coronation ...


A travel blog entry by robinstride on May 08, 2014

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... seats. No sooner had we rattled our way down the runway we seem to land in Belfast !! It was only 45 minute flight anyway.. No hostess service just a smile (but I did get offered a chocolate on leaving the plane)

The flight was rather rough , maybe he took the side roads or are all small planes like this !!! With grey clouds turning to white clouds at 20,000 feet it was not the most interesting flights, apart from hanging ...

Ireland, day four

A travel blog entry by golfchick0112 on Apr 23, 2014

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... makes sense of course, since the whole of Ireland is Catholic. They blamed British rule as the root of all their strife and persecution. The Protestants (called Loyalists or Unionists) of course liked things as they were and wanted to stay with Protestant Britain. In the late 60s, the tensions spilled over and The Troubles began. I won't bore you with the many, many, many details we heard today regarding the battles and violence that ensued. But what I can tell you is that ...

Beautiful Belfast

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

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... overview of the conflict below. Of course it is an EXTREMELY political issue, even today, and I have tried to treat the subject matter as neutrally as possible.

When people think of Ireland, and especially Northern Ireland, the political turmoil of the 20th century is often one of the first thing that springs to mind, after St. Paddy's Day and Leprechauns of course. The roots of the conflict go back hundreds of years, but it was following the invasion of ...

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