Ardmore Guesthouse

144 Finaghy Road North, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT10 0JE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 144 Finaghy Road North, Belfast, is near Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park, Public Records Office, Royal Belfast Academical Institution, and Colin Glen Forest Park.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Heading to Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by bandjholidays on May 12, 2014

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... sourced a hotel in the University district of Belfast. The young guy at the desk must have either really liked Australians or thought we were a lovely old couple because he upgraded us to a suite for the night. Despite having to use a shoehorn to fit our car into a parking space, the Dukes at Queens Hotel itself was gorgeous and at dinner that night we found ourselves seated next to ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

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... he was all for bringing down the gates and the giant walls but acknowledged it's all a bit of an unknown in how to do it safely, especially since every year they still all hold marches and bonfires and all sorts to commemorate all the **** that's gone on before.

It's all part of their lives still now even though it's not as violent at the moment. I asked him whether there were any pubs that I couldn't go into and he explained as soon as they heard my accent ...

Old Wounds, New Walls

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

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... the Troubles that I would not have got otherwise, and starkly demonstrated that the legacy of the conflict lives on to this day. Let us hope that like the Berlin Wall before it, the so called "peace wall" will meet its end sometime soon, and that Catholics and Protestants will continue to live together peacefully.

Tomorrow - another exciting day of travel adventures as I take a tour, visiting several castles on my way to the Giant's Causeway.


St Paddy's in Belfast

A travel blog entry by katetahls on Mar 13, 2014

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... tall. There is a story that the columns are the remains of a causeway built by an Irish giant Finn MacCool, he was challenged to a fight by the Scottish giant Benandonner, Finn accepted the challenge and built the causeway across the North Channel so the giants could meet. Finn hides from Benandonner when he realises he is much bigger than him. Finn's wife Oonagh disguises Finn as a baby and tucks him in a cradle, when Benandonner see's ...

Opening Ceremonies Police/Firefighter World Games

A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 01, 2013

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... Quite demoralizing. Alan and I caught bus back to downtown and wandered a little looking for interesting place to eat. Ended up at Hercules restaurant and bar, pub downstairs and rest/bar upstairs. Two older locals were there when we arrived and proved the truth of the friendly Irish. Introduced themselves and asked our names. They were Tom and Patrick and Tom in particular was extremely talkative. We ...