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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which aptly and compassionately covers both sides of history. The other story Belfast has to tell is, of course, the story of 'the Troubles', the ethno-nationalist conflict inflicting Northern Ireland from the late 1960s until the 'Good Friday' Agreement in 1998. As a child of the 80s, I grew up with constant news reports, and television footage, of bombings in far flung places such as Derry, Omagh, and Belfast...sad, yet incomprehensible, for a young kiwi lad! ...
We have been in Ireland now for 2 days. It has been so lovely catching up with Sams family. Granny and Granda both look so amazingly well. They look as thought they haven't aged a day since we last saw them. Sam's grannies house is the central hub for the Beattie family. All the Beattie's congregate there it has such a lovely social and friendly atmosphere. Yesterday Sams cousins Angela and Jennifer spent the day at grannies and brought there children along Samuel (4), ...
... stop was Belfast! It's the second largest city in Ireland, next to Dublin of course. We only got an hour here which wasn't tonight but it was nice to get a glimpse of it! Once we arrived back in Dublin I headed out to find some food. I didn't feel like exploring too much because I was super tired(loud night at the hostel). I grabbed Quiznos (how Irish) and then headed back to the hostel for an early ...
... Castle is out of town several miles, up on the side of the hill, overlooking a nice residential area. The first castle built on the site was in the late 12th century. It and a replacement castle were destroyed. In 1870 a new extravagant residence was built on the same site, and it became named the Belfast Castle. In the mid 1930’s the castle and the estate was donated to the City of Belfast. Since the ...
... The Celts thought these were so extraordinary that they were convinced that a giant had made them. After the Causeway we drove to Carrick-a-rede and walked over the famous rope bridge between the main land and an island. The bridge is about 20m long and 30m above the rocks and sea. Raylene was very scared going over the bridge but was able to calm herself on the way back and enjoy the view. After the day’s sightseeing we ...