Beechfield Guesthouse

81 Galgorm Road, Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ballymena

It's The Griswold European Vacation

A travel blog entry by karanathan

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... who was staying with them as he had recently broken his leg in a segway accident. A lesson here is if you're going to see how fast a segway can go with you and your girlfriend on it, first don't crash and two break the fall with your girlfriend, not the other way around. His girlfriend came out of the accident without a scratch. It was a quick visit as we had many more stops planned for the day. We said our hello's and goodbye's and within a half an ...

Our Nordie New Years Eve

A travel blog entry by borntorun

11

... We stayed at my mate Luke's mum's place in Carrickfergus which is about 15km beyond the city. A quick change into our dancing shirts and we were off into the city to ring in the new year. Luke took us to the commercial hotel which is a beautiful Victorian era building with. Decor and furnishings true to its heritage. We had dinner in a really cool spot called "Made in Belfast" which had a great menu, a lively atmosphere and an array of in-house brewed beers. We rang in the New Year ...

Cliffs of Moher, Galway Bay

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7

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... people who seem to be makings things work. We left there and joined Lally's Tours who took us up to the Cliffs of Moher. The weather was not great so we didn't have a great look but the leprechauns cleared it up for a couple of pics. There is a pic of a "fairy tree" from the farm...it seems fairies are definitely revered around here. A fairy tree, usually up on a hill...legend has it that if you ...

Heathrow security stinks

A travel blog entry by muggie

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... are t-shirts in the souvenir shop that say TITANIC: built by an Irishman, sunk by an Englishman! HA :) The other industry that Belfast is famous for is linen. Irish linen was famous all over the world and I remember my Grandma owning tea towels that were marked: Irish linen.

We visited the political areas of Belfast where the Loyalists and Republicans live in separate areas. The reasons they live separately are for religious and political ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by beemer866

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... later prepared to go out. Left to go out at 9-930 and went to "The Egg" (where I had my first Guinness on this trip!) and then back to Lavery's which is where we spent most of last night. It was a fantastic evening! Ive typed this pretty fast and Im sorry if I missed anything Juicy :D hahaha
Today was pretty laidback and was a lot of fun! Also, One last thing.....

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRENDEN MCCANN! LOVE YOUUU!
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