Swan Lodge Country House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSwan Lodge Country House Downpatrick
We had a nice, comfortable room. Breakfast was delicious and the view from the dining room was beautiful.
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... was able to give us a first hand account of what life was like in Northern Ireland back then. We also heard from two of her student speakers who shared with us how their families were affected by the Troubles and how they feel about it all today. It was such an interesting topic, and the students were so engaged and excited to be asking them questionss. Unfortunately, we had to cut the questions off at 10:00pm so that we could allow ...
... be my best mate. A British accent in the Catholic side might get a bit of strife but would be welcome in the Protestant side. He said there were places he wouldn't feel comfortable being for too long and even places where he would never go at night, just because all it takes is one crazy to ask where you're from and flip out if he doesn't like your answer.
Definitely glad we did the tour and got a short, intense intro to the whole thing. Highly recommend. We made full ...
... the rightist pointing that way it's freaky...we then took a tour of the peace wall and we wrote a message on the peace wall and we then toured the catholic area, it is crazy how they live right next door to each other but have to live between these big walls one side the Catholics and one side the Protestants, it was really confronting. John was such a good tour ...
... We stayed at my mate Luke's mum's place in Carrickfergus which is about 15km beyond the city. A quick change into our dancing shirts and we were off into the city to ring in the new year. Luke took us to the commercial hotel which is a beautiful Victorian era building with. Decor and furnishings true to its heritage. We had dinner in a really cool spot called "Made in Belfast" which had a great menu, a lively atmosphere and an array of in-house brewed beers. We rang in the New Year ...
... came in. My suitcase was the first thing that I spotted, so at least I would have clothes. A few minutes more passed and all of I sudden I see it....my Zuca bag. I think I let out an audible "YES!" and practically ran to the bag. Now my trip could really begin....I had everything I needed.
After a trip down a seemingly endless hallway I finally come out in the main part of the airport to the open arms of the beautiful Ms. Karen Kettner. ...
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