Ardpatrick Country House

Address: 108 Ballydugan Road, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 8HF, United Kingdom | B&B
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A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Aug 27, 2013

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... tricked the scot into false beliefs and so the causeway that joined Scotland and Ireland was destroyed, or so myth tell us. The Causeway was very impressive with three different sets of these hexagonal columns perfectly assembled together reaching out from the bottom of the ocean. In the evening we made our way to Belfast. We didn't know what to expect of Belfast as we had heard mixed reports about it and that it wasn't the safest city. But we ...

Chasing the Drink Around Belfast

A travel blog entry by tmm on May 05, 2013

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... best I've ever stayed in, of anywhere I've been). We decided to visit the Titanic exhibit the first day, then the Black Taxi Tour the next and finally take a trip to the causeway and some castles on Sunday, before bussing on to Derry. Great plan, eh? Guess what we accomplished...

Titanic tour: More like waking late and loitering about at our cozy hostel for a little too long, wandering through town (Neil came along and pointed out some important sights ...

Journey to Ireland

A travel blog entry by ozray on Aug 30, 2012

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... the new Titanic Museum which doesn’t close until 7pm which is exactly how I had planned it so I was very pleased. The exhibition had some similarities to the Titanic exhibit we saw in Melbourne a couple of years ago but the building itself is very impressive, designed to look like an artistic interpretation of the front of the Titanic. Also a very cool ride through the construction of the ship and ...

Belfast and The Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily on Aug 09, 2012

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... Europe, and explained how in the old days they had a huge barrier out the front you’d have to walk through to be checked for explosives. We stopped for a while at Belfast City Hall, a beautiful old building, built in 1896-1906 to reflect Belfast being granted city status by Queen Victoria in 1888. Then it was onto a square next to the Albert Memorial Clock, with fountains that burst out of the pavement ...

Wild and windy

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Oct 08, 2011

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Ok here's the update...

Yesterday (Saturday) we set off about 10.15 am and headed out for
Ardglass. 34.6 NM later we arrived..that's it!


Ok there was a bit more...It was pretty wild when we left Bangor, about a 7
gusting 8 (the weather forecast said 56mph). We only put the engine on for
fifteen minutes, then sails up and away, but within a few moments we realized we
were overpowered. So everything ...