Address: 124 Antrim Rd., Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Crumlin area of Belfast, is near Shankill Road, St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast Public Library, and Clifton Street Graveyard.
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The last leg of the Ireland journey

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jun 29, 2015

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... nice views of the hills.

Today its a 2 hour drive to the airport for my flight to Glasgow. Richard suggests i drive to Newcastle, then follow the Mournes Coast road. It has some beautiful scenery, and the sun is shining. What a great day.
With the rental car returned, i clear security and make my way to the departure gate. I am lucky with my new host in Glasgow. She has offered to pick me up from the airport. Look forward to that.

Eire or almost anyway

A travel blog entry by stuandleah on May 27, 2015

... Ireland. There is still something magical that I have in my mind about this place from my childhood. Visions of rainbows and green hills, wonderful music and cheeky people. And it still manages to deliver. I spent a great deal of time here for my PhD and fell in love with Belfast (and its amazingly wonderful and resilient people). ...

Just meandering

A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 23, 2015

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... fog and mud flats anyway??? All part of the beautiful creation.

A mellow end to the day with another excellent pub meal at the Metro down the road - any number of choices for eating. Our waitress had the broadest accent I have heard and I can only assume that she didn't understand us any better than we understood her! Beautiful food - the starter for the night was a trio of soups in double shot's hard work being a ...

An Irish tale

A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Feb 20, 2015

... age, passed down from generation to generation. Its home, the tribal beat recognised by all as the call of the warriors who once owned this land. Before the invasions, the culling, the modernisation; this is what tied us all together. It’s what still does to those that still embrace their past, that cling to their history as it is what has made them today. This hub is one of the last true Irish pubs that keep up this tradition. It is one of the few and deserves to be cherished. ...

The Giro arrives

A travel blog entry by robinstride on May 09, 2014

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... those strange back wheels. Found my way to the finish line - the crowds are huge and this is just the practice session - what will it be like tonight when the main time trial starts or tomorrow when the race starts here to go round the northern coast of Ireland. This gives me a slight impression of what will happen to Harrogate with the Tour De France in a few weeks time. The infrastructure is huge !! After a couple ...

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