No "108" Seacliff Road

Address: 108 Seacliff Road, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT20 5EZ, United Kingdom | B&B
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    The Irish Connection

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on May 17, 2015

    1 comment

    ... beings. Walking around Bangor, it seemed that everyone knew Janice and Brian - not only do they wave, but they take the time to stop and say hello. They take the time to introduce themselves to strangers and ask engaging questions. There were less meaningless "How are yous" and far more "what brings you heres?" and they meant it. They wanted to know more about us as people instead of just wanting to get the small talk over with under the guise of being polite ...

    Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

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    ... place. We drove in and parked and were told we would have over two hours there. Seemed a bit overkill but we started the walk down to the causeway (of course the annoying people in front of us took the bus). We saw the camel (a rock formation that looks kind of like a...camel) and the old lady (same thing but old lady) and got to the causeway itself. It all of a sudden changes from normal coastline into black hexagonal blocks stacked up on top of each other like legos. ****'s ...

    Day 4 in Ireland - Giants Causeway

    A travel blog entry by kupkah on Oct 09, 2013

    Flat Stanley spent much of the day braving 50 mph wind to visit the the Giants Causeway - a shore covered with hexagonal basalt pillars of various height. Legend has it that the giant Finn McCool built these columns as part of a bridge so he could go fight another giant over in Scotland. Finn was 54 ft. Tall as estimated by the size of a shoe he lost running back home when he found out that the Scottish giant was bigger than ...

    The black taxi mural tour

    A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Jul 29, 2013

    Today was such a great day simply because we took a black taxi tour of Befast where our tour guide John explained the whole history of Belfast and its issues between Catholics and Protestants, we then took a tour of the Protestants area and Murals and there is one mural which scared the **** out of us. John basically told us there is a gun pointing at us right now all ...

    A Bloodied Lip, a Drunken Aussie, and Olympic Gold

    A travel blog entry by grindebudzisz on Feb 22, 2013

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    ... amount, per se, but in tone and subject matter), and often the most obvious symbol of political identity, flags, changed. Flags are often points of contention as they are freighted with so much meaning—(the Union Jack a symbol of loyalism and the tri-color a symbol of republicanism). This is especially true in Northern Ireland, and especially now with the recent decision of Belfast city council to limit the flying of the Union Jack over ...