Sleepy Cedars

Address: 69 Cedar Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT15 5AT, United Kingdom | 5 star b&b
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This 5 star B&B, located in the Chichester Park area of Belfast, is near Belfast City Tours (Black Taxi Tours), Cathedral Quarter, Cave Hill Country Park, and Courthouse.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Hey where did we go ...

A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... br> Just a few steps away
You can look up at, Maritime Hotel
Just a little bit sad, gotta walk away
Wish it well' ('The Story of Them')

10 St Donard's Church

'In the evening
Just before the Sunday six-bells chime, six-bells chime
And all the dogs are barking
Way on down the diamond-studded highway where you wander
And you roam from your retreat and view
Way over on the railroad
Tomorrow all the tipping trucks ...

Stones and Thrones

A travel blog entry by focksy on May 17, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... the camaraderie we had in the Paddywagon, but they weren't awful. Although there was this one American chick by herself that was Focking weird. Like I am certain she spends more time in World of Warxraft than reality type of weird. After the first stop, she switched her seat and took another gals seat. When the gal asked for it back she got all *****y and said no you can sit somewhere else. What the FOCK! Then when we were getting back on the bus after the first stop, ...

Beautiful Belfast

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

7 photos

... plantations in the six northernmost counties of the island.

This brings me to an important point. The conflict in Ireland has largely been labelled a religious conflict between Protestants and Catholics. This is because the Unionists (people who want to stay a part of the UK) are largely Protestant and Republicans (people who want to join the Republic of Ireland) are Catholics. Like most so called "religious conflicts", this is somewhat of a misnomer. As ...

Sally Gap, Bray

A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 14, 2013

15 photos

... the hills, and to this day is known as the Military Road. Whatever about giving the army a better view of the rebels, the Military Road certainly provides an enviable view of some of Ireland’s most filmed scenery. Highlights of this winding, twisting feat of engineering include the Glencree valley, the dark waters of Lough Tay, Kippure Mountain and Glenmacnass Waterfall. We got to the coast at Bray. In medieval times, Bray was on the border ...

It was a pleasure playing with you, gentlemen.....

A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013 on Aug 12, 2013

1 comment, 96 photos

... up to the tour. We were able to watch a mini-series "Of blood and Steel", a Titanic-based fictional show that discussed the political and social climate around the time of building the ship, before we came and it really helped us to appreciate what the building of Titanic took. The first floor talked about the growth of Belfast in the early 1900's, and the early beginnings of Harland and Wolff, the company that built the Titanic. Harland ...