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Travel Blogs from Belfast
Today I was up super early.
I had a bus to catch!
I am going to Ireland today!
On the bus, I met a lovely guy from Dublin called Nathan.
I had to hold myself together to begin with because his accent was such a novelty for me!But after I got over the fact that he ...
... bullets... seriously horrific stuff.
We then went to a road with a bunch of murals depicting significant events during the conflict. Our guide showed us some terrible film footage and photos... very very sobering.. and after assuring us that no-one in the city ever wants to go back to those day, the tour ended.
I have been on my fair share of tours but I have to say that this tour was amazing. It was ...
... the great frozen pizza incident of 2013... I was short on groceries and didn't feel like cooking one night, so I decided to pop a frozen pizza into the oven. One problem.. I forgot to put a baking pan underneath it. After patiently waiting twenty minutes or so for my cheesy, delicious pizza, I opened the oven in horror. THIS was the outcome of my pizza.. Hey, you ...
Up just before 8 and had breakfast with Adrien. Flo (German firefighter staying at B&B on 3rd floor) came up about 9:00 and Flo, Adrien, Alan and I took cab to 25 Donegal Rd to Allen tour office and met Britt, Brandy, and Jason to take the Giant's Causeway Tour. Tour left around 10:00. Carrickfergus Castle was our first stop, it has guarded the entrance to Belfast Lough since 1177. Besieged by English, Scottish, Irish and French it saw action up to end of WW2 when it was ...
... made permanent
Buffer zone between Catholics and Protestents
Catholic area has a housing shortage
Only householders could vote
Bar - they ask if you have a gun; if not, they'll give you one
Hillbillies - origin is King Bill / William
folks moved to the US in the Kentucky area; so they lived in the hills and were loyal to King Bill
McHughs Tavern - established in 1711
J. Swift worked in Belfast ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Aisling House Belfast
Other places to stay in Belfast
Andersonstown, Belfast | 2 star b&bfrom $91
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 3 star b&bfrom $92
33 Upper Lisburn Rd, Finaghy, Belfast | B&Bfrom $108
22 Lansdowne Road, Belfast | B&Bfrom $83
Gaeltacht Quarter, Belfast | 3 star b&bfrom $96
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 6 star b&bfrom $147
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | B&Bfrom $39
Malone, Belfast | B&Bfrom $54
11 Finaghy Park North, Belfast | 5 star b&bfrom $82
Crumlin, Belfast | B&Bfrom $47
Ballyhackamore, Belfast | B&Bfrom $34
New Lodge, Belfast | B&Bfrom $39
Lisburn Road, Belfast | B&Bfrom $74
Ormeau, Belfast | B&Bfrom $149
Chichester Park, Belfast | B&Bfrom $77
2 Chichester Ave., Belfast | B&Bfrom $68