Camera Guesthouse

Address: 44 Wellington Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6DP, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Queen's Quarter area of Belfast, is near Ulster Museum, Queens Film Theatre, Crescent Arts Centre, and Clarke & Dawe.
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    Travel Blogs from Belfast

    Doing the North

    A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Jul 10, 2015

    58 photos

    ... see. After that we headed just down the road for a brief stop at Dunluce Castle, an impressive ruin . Then we headed for our hotel in Coleraine. Of course I got us lost on the way (but apparently it happens to a lot of people going ...

    "The Troubles"

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on May 07, 2015

    3 comments, 74 photos

    ... also a quaint Irish village and home to the very medieval Trim Castle- the makers of the movie 'Braveheart' chose Trim as the shooting location for the movie starring an Australian playing a Scot who moons the English at a location in Ireland?? In addition to being our first Irish Castle, it was also our first exposure to those many Irish expressions that have made it into modern dialogue. Trim Castle stood at the edge of the Pale, the small area of ...

    An Irish tale

    A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Feb 20, 2015

    A quiet drink

    It's in the blood. That’s what they say. The Irish are famed for many things; the island of emeralds, the easy attitude for life and drink. Pubs are not just somewhere to go to drown your sorrows; they’re a symbol of home, of hope, of the hardships faced and those continuing through the struggle. They represent both the best and the worse of this nation and the beauty to be found in these not so hidden places is wonderful.

    On the rocky ...


    A travel blog entry by isabella.willis on Feb 14, 2015

    17 photos

    [ Our next stop that day was Belfast, we got some time to explore the local City hall, which was a beautiful building with a number of memorials surrounding it. Later that afternoon we went on a black taxi tour through the city more specifically the areas involved in the troubles. PHOTO_ID_L=city-hall.jpg]

    We got to see the murals ...

    Tales of Giants and "The Troubles"

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 08, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... us to see the political murals in both the Shankill (Protestant) and Falls (Catholic) areas, as well as the Peaceline, one of 48 visible walls in Belfast that separate Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods. Even today, gates in these walls are locked every night to try to prevent trouble. The 49th wall cannot be seen - it lies below ground in the city cemetery, separating the two sides even after death. It was a disturbing place to visit and a ...