Glenn Eireann House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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It was all going so smooth on Saturday morning. We got up, dressed and even managed breakfast before closing the door and driving off at 7.30am sharp. It continued to be smooth to about Newry, when Chlöe's stomach decided that porridge, apple juice and a a car journey were too much, so it rebelled... all over poor Coco, her clothes and her seat...oops! Our plentiful supply of baby wipes for the holiday, was swiftly reduced to an amount ...
... much. Next was what I was looking forward to - The Titanic Experience. The building was actually the size of the titanic and it was massive. You went inside, got a White Star Lines ticket and boarded the experience. It went through bite and pieces about Belfast in regard to its building process and then went onto the shipping yard. You then got an elevator to the top an worked your way through. They had ...
Ash here again! Northern Ireland was fantastic and a great start to the trip, although jet lag was not our friend and took quite a bit to get over. On our first night, we only got about 4 hours sleeps and we were all awake at 2:30am! This first thing we learnt about Ireland is that almost everything is shut until 1pm on a Sunday! That didn't really work with us as we left the apartment at 7:30am hoping to do some exploring! Our first full day in Belfast was a good fun. We went to ...
I finally started to arrive at Belfast. I am multiple time zones away and further north. All of these time zone changes are affecting me. I'm feeling really tired. the airport claims that it is 55 degrees Fahrenheit or 12.9 degrees Celsius. It is really cold here. ...
... who wanted to rule themselves. After centuries of conflict, the control of Ireland was handed over to the Irish people, except for a few counties in the north that wanted to remain with England. Hence we have the modern Republic of Ireland (and independent nation) and Northern Ireland (a member of the United Kingdom). Even so, I was uneasy about arriving on the exact 40th anniversary of Bloody Friday. I needn't have been. There ...