Emerald House

Address: 2 Chichester Ave., Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT15 5, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2 Chichester Ave., Belfast, is near Belfast City Tours (Black Taxi Tours), Belfast Castle, Cathedral Quarter, and Cave Hill Country Park.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

"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 christie-lee on Apr 25, 2015

Well Belfast was a shock to the system! I always knew Belfast was divided but I never actually knew how much or how much it is still divided today! It is a beautiful city with cool bars and clubs but that's in the city centre! Once you get out of the city centre and into the suburbs it is a different story! It is obviously normal houses and apartments but what isn't in the normal is that they have gates separating the Catholic suburbs to ...

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 ...

Belfast is Ireland's second largest city

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 18, 2014

86 photos

... 883 feet long and 104 feet high. Accommodations for first class passengers included palatial state rooms, some with their own promenades, along with a grand staircase, library, smoking room, squash court, sumptuous restaurants and other amenities. Second and Third Class accommodations, while far less posh, were still considered better than ...

Day 101: The Birthplace of the Titanic

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 26, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... degree view of Belfast from up high. The stand up in the dome is slightly wobbly but we did get some great views. We also mapped out what we wanted to see from our perch.

From the dome we headed to the Albert Memorial Clock. The clock has a noticeable lean to it and is similar in design to Big Ben. The plaque at the bottom said that on the day the Titanic left port, a boy climbed the clock Tower to get a better view.

Speaking ...

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