Tyrella House B&B

Address: Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in Downpatrick, is near Castle Ward, Rowallane Garden, Downpatrick Railway Museum, and The Saint Patrick Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Downpatrick

      Iceberg - Right Ahead!!!

      A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Oct 18, 2013

      ... There were actually 44 people that were never identified or claimed by love ones. Sad. I did not see THAT in any movie. Halifax has many people buried in cemetaries there, as extensive salvage & recovery operations went from here for weeks after the disaster.

      Oh, I did happen to hear Celine Dion belting out *My Heart Will Go On* thru one of the galleries. haha.

      One little hiccup today....I ...

      Belfast, Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 15, 2013

      58 photos

      ... happy with the change. You could see remnants of broken glass, paint bombs, etc in the street.

      The segregation between the Catholics and Protestants is highly visible throughout the city. Although the city is 50/50 Catholic/Protestant only 20% of the population live together in harmony (mainly middle and upper classes). The remaining population each live in little communities of 100% Catholic or 100% Protestant. Amazingly ...

      Gates between two Peoples.

      A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 02, 2012

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... famous Falls Road and Shankill Road during the "Troubles". Wonderful to listen to the history this man knew, right back to William of Orange (therefore the orange on the flag of the Northerners) where the troubles probably initiated. Basically, the Irish are a strong willed group, who have maintained their ideals and values for generations, even to the extent of starving themselves for their cause - the ...

      Omagh, Belfast and Dublin

      A travel blog entry by 2dogs on May 09, 2012

      1 comment, 15 photos

      Omagh, Belfast, Dublin Travelled through Counties Fermanagh, Down, Antrim, Newry, Louth. From Pettigo back into Northern Island to Omagh. A lovely restored village has been restored showing life from Celtic villages through to the times of the famine and emigration. Very professionally done and most worthwhile. From there to Belfast. We caught a tourist bus to take us round the inner parts of the city. Starting with the harbour we saw the slipway ...

      Wild and windy

      A travel blog entry by simoncole on Oct 08, 2011

      1 photo

      ... br> The team are shaping up well, Myles is the chef on board.
      Tonight (Sunday) we had a lovely beef stew. Ben is a natural with sail setting
      because of his experience with aerodynamics. He was able to obtain optimum
      speeds, with what appeared to me to be totally 'wrong' sails. Jeremy is full of
      enthusiasm, which is catching and inspiring. His pure joy at seeing the seals
      and jelly fish made me smile.

      All in all a good days sail....
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