Corporate Apartments

Ormeau Avenue, Ormeau Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT2 8HB, United Kingdom | Condo
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This condo, located on Ormeau Avenue, Ormeau Avenue, Belfast, is near Ulster Hall, Murals of West Belfast, Monument to the Unknown Woman Worker, and Golden Mile.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Bel-"fast" Tour!

A travel blog entry by richandgretchen on Jul 05, 2014

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Today we bid Ivan "the terrible," our B & B host, farewell as we moved on to our next stop. We were fed another wonderful breakfast of our choosing by Bo and Ivan's niece. Ivan's sister comes to help with B & B chores.
Our hour trip to Belfast went fast and we arrived in time to find a parking place and catch a 90 minute city bus tour. We ...

The adventure began...

A travel blog entry by garethtownsend on May 02, 2014

... and out of the cot a bit. Most of the time she slept on Kerrie's shoulder (Kerrie's choice of coarse!). Once we landed, we disembarked and immediately were hit by a wall of heat - welcome to Thailand! A 500 baht taxi ride and we arrived at one of the most beautiful hotels I've ever been fortunate enough to stay at. The staff were so welcoming, the hotel looked stunning and our room certainly did not disappoint. My wife did well choosing this ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

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... the centre in our award winning coach (as mentioned by the company's website about 25 times) and set off North out of the city. For the first ten minutes until the first stop we couldn't hear much that the driver was saying as the volume on his mic was too low so we probably missed a good bit of history or who really knows. It was all really good in a quiet coach with no annoying people. Yet.

The first stop was Carrickfergus Castle, which is one of the oldest towns in ...

Old Wounds, New Walls

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

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... right, and after breakfast at the hostel went for a cheeky coffee at the local corner store, which inexplicably serves Tim Horton's Coffee. It tasted just like back home, but cost twice as much. But that's the price of nostalgia, I suppose.

I started making my way towards the Titanic Quarter of town, which is in the north-east of the city, where the old dry docks used to be. On the way there however, I stopped off at St. George's Market, a pretty ...

Giant's Causeway, Carrickerede, Carrickfergus

A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 03, 2013

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... an air raid shelter. It was built and rebuilt three times, was Norman architecture, inhabited in the 13th century by Hugh de Lacy and the place where William111 (of Orange, Dutch later King of England and hence the Orangemen, loyalists of modern day) first set foot on Irish soil. It has been renovated to represent its Norman beginnings and the way of life in the Middle Ages. We were only there for a short 20 minute stop so didn't have time to take the tour inside for which ...