Duncairn B&B

Address: 230 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the New Lodge area of Belfast, is near Belfast City Tours (Black Taxi Tours), Shankill Road, Cathedral Quarter, and St. Anne's Cathedral.
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Happy Canada Day from Belfast!

A travel blog entry by maber23 on Jul 01, 2015

10 photos

... cranes. I can't get over how
massive the cranes were in the shipyard! Insane!

After that I walked into the Crumlin to see the old courthouse in ruins and the jail. It was getting later in the day and you could tell tourists were clearing out. As I was the only one. So I made my way back into the city centre and ended up catching the earlier train to Portrush.

After checking into my hostel (more like a b&b, it was really nice!) I went in search of a nice, ...

"The Troubles"

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on May 07, 2015

3 comments, 74 photos

... again, you get a sense that it will happen in Belfast, particularly between the relatively small communities surrounding Falls Rd (Catholic and wanting to join Ireland) and Shankill Rd (Protestant and wanting to stay aligned with England). During the peace process, there was conversation around tearing down the huge walls that had been built, and periodically increased in height, in order to keep the warring factions apart, but the residents themselves have ...


A travel blog entry by lauraapple on May 04, 2015

7 photos

... and blue, and there is a huge mural celebrating the Queen. Even the gutters are painted red, white and blue! It is pretty amazing to see such contrast only a few streets away. Later that afternoon we luckily found out that there were two airports in Belfast and avoided catching the wrong bus in the morning (luckily we are smart enough to work all this out the day before, we see a lot of people stressing out on the day of travel, missing trains, planes and busses!). We went to ...

An Irish tale

A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Feb 20, 2015

... run across the satin surface rather than being caught in the sticky mess you find in nightclubs. Rings of all shapes and sizes have been stamped into the wood, light circles that intertwine on the surface creating unique patterns. Names and hearts have been carved into the wood, running your fingers over it the rough words hold the hope of lost couples.

The drinks are simple, no flamboyant cocktails or tiny shots with complex names. Cider, Beer, Whisky, Vodka, Gin. ...

Old Wounds, New Walls

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

9 photos

... employment.

Massive waves of European emigration to the Americas created a large demand for big ships. Harland and Wolff was a company that filled this new demand. By 1900, they owned an 80 acre shipyard which employed 10,000 people who soon got to work on a new class of ships - the Titanic and the Olympic. First ordered in 1908, it took two years simply to prepare the dockyard to build these metal behemoths, including installing a 200 ton floating ...

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