No "108" Seacliff Road

108 Seacliff Road, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT20 5EZ, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bangor

A brief visit to Ireland

A travel blog entry by wanderingjane


... I stray, apologies.
It was fascinating to see the areas so prominent during the Troubles and seeing the murals. I also made a visit to an altogether different area - the Titanic Quarter, specifically for the Titanic Belfast museum that recently opened. I love all things Titanic related and after seeing a billboard outside my flat window advertising the museum for a few weeks, I knew I had to visit. Although I might be a little biased due to my Titanic love (is this a ...

BELFAST Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by amazingone


... Since being founded in 1905, Irish Republicans have worked for the right of Irish people as a whole to attain national self-determination. Sinn Fein seeks the establishment of a new Ireland based on sustainable social and economic development; genuine democracy, participation, equality and justice at all levels of the economy and society; and a lasting and meaningful peace with unity of purpose and action.

We drove right up to the brick wall that in effect ...

New Plymouth reunion in Ireland.

A travel blog entry by marinovich2011


... headed for Belfast but alas, the captain announces a further 1.5hrs sitting on run way. Kids slept, adults just about broke down & cried.

Never mind. We arrived At George best airport in far from our best form. Bloody freezing!
Cars sorted easily and we were on our way. Thanks to some great navigating by julz we found our cottage no with no hiccups. What a lovely surprise. They are gorgeous traditional looking farm cottages. After a quick cuppa we were ...

Ireland! At last!

A travel blog entry by beemer866


... we would get one a bus that would take us to our necessary terminal (terminal one). Needless to say there were FIVE terminals. Yikes. The bus cruised through this ridiculous winding maze of ongoing construction and buildings that were half built, making us feel very safe of course, until we arrived to Terminal one. Once there we went through three checkpoints, two of which we didn't have boarding passes for. We thought we would never find the desk to get our boarding passes! ...

A parade and a riot

A travel blog entry by celerycow


... deserted, but standing there I could just imagine the massive hull sitting there and all of the hustle and bustle of the industrial revolution. Pretty cool. On our walk we encountered a HUGE Pro-Life parade complete with busses pumping music. It was crazy! I have lots of photos which I can't wait to post. What's funny is there is supposedly a pretty decent gay bar/club scene in Belfast... it seems ...


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