Somerton House

22 Lansdowne Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT15 4DB, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 22 Lansdowne Road, Belfast, is near Belfast City Tours (Black Taxi Tours), Belfast Castle, Cathedral Quarter, and Cave Hill Country Park.
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    Belfast and more

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... is filmed. Too bad that a day only has 24 hours. I would have loved to add the studio to our plans, but this gives another reason to come back.One interesting fact we did learn was:
    Belfast has an ice hockey team! The Belfast Giants. And since the Irish cannot stand on skates (this is what the tour guide said. Can't prove otherwise) The team is made up of Canadians, Americans and Russians.Maybe we can offer some Germans in a few years. I know ...

    First Glimpse of the Emerald Isle

    A travel blog entry by laurenporter6 on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... germans were supposed to be aiming for the docks but instead they purposely hit the only source of fresh water reservoirs. Her husband walked down the main streets of the city after the bombings and there was complete devastation - everything was destroyed. It was amazing to have the opportunity to hear her stories and she even gave us a few suggestions for things we must do while in Belfast.

    The rest of the day in ...

    Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

    135 photos

    ... part where the Protestant side backs on the Catholic side also has an even larger 'Peace wall' still erect in this day and age there only to stop projectiles being thrown over by both sides. You can see the massive burn marks were petrol bombs have hit, which really hits home that this is still very much a happening thing today.

    From there, we went through the gates to the Catholic side where you get the exact same thing but from the complete opposite perspective. ...

    Belfast take 2

    A travel blog entry by katetahls on Apr 17, 2014

    47 photos

    ... and the Protestant community in Northern Ireland. The British governments forces were neutral in the conflict, to uphold the law and order in Northern Ireland. Paddy took us first to the Peace line which was built in 1969 after the outbreak of the 1969 Northern Ireland riots to separate the Catholics and Protestants, it is still there today. Even the factories had separate Catholic and Protestant doors for entry and exit, which ...

    Old Wounds, New Walls

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

    9 photos

    "If we have no peace, it is because forgotten that we belong to each other" - Mother Theresa

    It was another rainy morning in Belfast, but the bad weather didn't stop me from making the most of my time here, and delving deeper into the history and culture of this wonderful city. My goal for the morning was to visit the Titanic Museum Belfast, which tells the story of the construction of the Titanic, right here in Belfast.

    I decided to start off ...