Malone Guesthouse

Address: 79 Malone Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6SH, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Malone area of Belfast, is near Barnett's Demesne, Stranmillis Village, Clarke & Dawe, and Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery.
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      Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by kcasey1 on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... across the swaying bridge. The views across the Atlantic to Scotland were breathtaking and well worth the trek. Next stop was the Giants Causeway. This was also a brisk walk down to the shoreline as it was freezing. The rock structures were amazing. Columns of hexagonal rock protruding out of the ground shaping a unbelievable landscape. Lucky there was a shuttle bus back to the top as Cherry needed to go to the toilet. ...

      Belfast is Ireland's second largest city

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

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      ... Unionists and Loyalists and Martin McGuinness of Sinn Fein, Irish nationalists and republicans, were sworn in as leader and deputy leader of Northern Ireland's executive government. On Feb 5, 2010, under the Hillsborough Castle Agreement, Britain handed over control of the six counties' police and justice system to Northern Ireland as ...

      Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

      A travel blog entry by mreasier on Sep 18, 2014

      We did not go on an organized tour today. We took about a half hour walk from the ship to downtown Belfast. Then we got on a local Hop On Hop Off bus that took us on a 90 minute route around Belfast. It was cloudy and cool, but no rain. Although the violence stopped in the early 1990's, Belfast is still a much divided city. There is a 17 foot wall separating ...

      Belfast, Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jrklein3 on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... along side of political murals that reminded us again of the decades of past troubles. They are painted on walls that divided the Protestant part of the city (pro England) from the catholic (pro Republic of Ireland). The people, for the most part are now living in peace but, there is still a faction that likes to stir things up a wee bit i.e. reports of suspicious looking package showing up in public places, requiring a call to the bomb squad. We ...

      The Park - The city Beach

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 17, 2014

      1 comment

      ... lack of company, but I like talking and if I
      don’t want to end up in a mental asylum, I need someone to talk TO.So I began talking to three uni students. I mean, I did say
      hello and asked if I could join…I didn’t just go up and start rambling.Turns out one of them is a pilot (which is the coolest thing
      I have ever heard).I went back to the flat after that, and began packing up my
      bag…Lisa xo