Maranatha House

254 Ravenhill Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT6 8GL, United Kingdom | B&B
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Day 7 - Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by lisawesty


We packed up and headed North for Belfast, after picking up our car from some dodgy rental place organized before we left. I had been warned to make sure the car you get is the car you booked! And a Renault Megane does not an Audi make!! It was however apparently the only car they had and thankfully it fit in our cases in the boot. Upon my querying …

Day 8 - Belfast

A travel blog entry by lisawesty


We were collected in the morning and took a tour of Belfast with our guide Gordon. An eye opener to the " troubles" and emotional and physical scars that remain with the northern Irish. Belfast and much of Northern Ireland whilst in a time of Peace still maintains a divided place between Protestant and Catholic. This division and hostility has been …

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... 500 metres down the road there is another one. Brand new. One for Protestants, one for Catholics. It's just crazy. The kids don't even mix with people from the other side just because everything is already separated down those lines - which is really sad, almost all the schools are solely one or the other. So it becomes a continuing cycle and it's really easy to see why this is not going to end any time soon. We got to see some houses which sat quite close to the wall which had to ...

Ireland, day four

A travel blog entry by golfchick0112


Today, we journeyed to another country. Most people don't realize it, but yes indeed - Northern Ireland is a completely separate country from the Republic of Ireland. This fact provides the basis for everything we learned today. Allow me to give you a little background and some facts. Ireland is mostly Catholic. Ireland fought for independence from Britain in much the same way America did. Britain is a Protestant country. Belfast and a large majority of Northern Ireland was, back ...

Beautiful Belfast

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


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The hottest time period of the conflict was the 1970's. In 1971, hoping to crack down on the conflict, the British government introduced detention without trial, and thousands of prisoners were held in massive prison facilities. The prisoners advocated fiercely for their rights, staging protests and hunger strikes within the prison in hopes of being recognized as political prisoners.

In 1972 alone 323 civilians, 41 police officers and 103 soldiers ...

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This B&B, located in the Ormeau area of Belfast, is near Belfast City Tour, St. George's Market, St. Malachy's Church, and Lagan Cruise.
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