Avenue Guest House

23 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6DW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Hello Belfast

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Aug 03, 2014

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... in Washington, so he spends several months each year in Washington with her. The following day we hopped on a CitySightseeing tour bus and visited the dockyards where the Titanic was built; Northen Ireland's impressive Stormont parliament buildings and gardens; Shankill Road and its wall murals; the Peace Wall and the Bobby Sands memorial mural. ...

The Giant's Causeway & Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 08, 2014

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... way back across the bridge. The line to cross seemed longer so I was glad we had gotten there when we did. Near the bridge, we could see Portaneevey cliffs to the south and there was a beautiful sea cave in the basalt cliffs. Since there would be no more lines, our walk back was a little slower and we stopped to get more pictures and enjoy the scenery a bit more. Back at the parking area, we had a couple minutes before the bus was taking off, so we ...

Last day at Belfast and Carrickfergus

A travel blog entry by b.wing on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... of Marconigrams sent to nearby ships for help, details about what happened to the survivors after the event and about new regulations to make ships passengers in the event of other wrecks. After lunch in Carrickfergus at the Central Bar, we visited Carrickfergus Castle itself, all three different wards and the interior of the keep as well. There were old cannons, ...

Ireland, day four

A travel blog entry by golfchick0112 on Apr 23, 2014

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... is gone, you are dead wrong. When we arrived in Belfast at noon, we hooked up with a Black Cab that I had pre-booked. Black Cabs are famous in Belfast for being available to tourists to safely see the city and learn about The Troubles. Basically a narrated and guided tour in an old, black car. Our guide, Brian, was amazing. He first took us to Shankhill road and into some of the Protestant/loyalist/unionist/IRA neighborhoods. The curbs are painted red, white, and blue. The ...

Beautiful Belfast

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

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... On October 5th 1968, a protest in Londonderry (also known as Derry, depending on whether you are Unionist or Republican) was broken up violently by police, sparking the troubles. The IRA came out of seclusion, and a number of paramilitary organizations sprung up on both sides. The British Army was deployed in 1969, and would be a constant presence in the country until the 1990's. Studying Defence, Development and Diplomacy I have met a few people who served in ...

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This hotel, located in the Queen's Quarter area of Belfast, is near Ulster Museum, Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery, Clarke & Dawe, and Emer Gallery.
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