Marlagh Lodge

71 Moorfields Road, Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT42 3BU, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on 71 Moorfields Road, Ballymena.
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    Belfast Done Fast

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 13, 2013

    18 photos

    ... hoping to find some Ulster gifts but no such luck, we did a quick walk through of the museum. It was a great place to get a general overview of the conflict that has been ongoing in Ireland for a long time. It's a strange experience to see pictures of all the violence, as again we are fairly lucky in Canada to not really have these types of tensions.

    After the Ulster Museum, Kara and I headed off to the Victoria Square Shopping Center which has ...

    It's The Griswold European Vacation

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 11, 2013

    8 photos

    ... s side the day prior and today it was time to stop in at her great grandparents graves on her grandfather's side. It was a rainy day and we trudged about the cemetary and after about ten minutes we found the grave. One thing I learned about grave sites over here and I'm not sure if it's the same back home but the plots are about 8 feet long by five feet wide, so if there are multiple people buried in the plot, they are buried on top of each other in ...

    We are not Irish, we are not British.

    A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Aug 09, 2013

    12 photos

    Thursday 8th of August 2013 - Edinburgh to Glasgow, Scotland One of my favourite things about this tour is the drives are not long, there are none of these 12 hour days unlike Norway. We left Edinburgh in the morning and arrived in Glasgow around midday. My first opinion of Glasgow is 'small town'. Which is rather amusing because it is Scotland's largest city, it really did not feel anywhere near as big as Edinburgh did. As we arrived too early to check in, why not check out ...

    Belfast: not born and bred...but very much in love

    A travel blog entry by jenny.og on Sep 15, 2012

    24 photos

    Belfast is a unique city with a real-life grit softened by friendly people, buzzing pubs, and great cultural attractions which are getting even more varied and abundant by the day! To say it's up in coming is an understatement as this Titanic Town is changing everyday!

    I had visited a great deal of the island before setting my sights on Belfast for the first time. Within a day of visiting ...

    Heading up north

    A travel blog entry by w.zahn on Mar 26, 2012

    30 photos

    ... s primary money-makers are tourism, pharmceutical, and IT industries. In fact, during the 90's Ireland was known as the Celtic Tiger and offered rediculous tax rates to software companies, who flocked to Ireland. Now those companies are unfortunately packing up and heading out of Dodge to places with lower labor costs.

    Our next stop was to get ahead and see...a head. Actually, the preserved head of ...